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- Subject: Re: Syntax and redundancy
- From: Antero Vipunen <antero@...>
- Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2005 22:40:32 +0700
Rici Lake wrote:
Ah. Now I see the problem. Wim Couwenberg was right in his remark, that
PP matches only `(...)'.
None of those test cases has a "," unprotected by "("..")"
gnu cpp does not implement arbitrary semantics, by the way. C
pre-processing semantics are defined in great detail in the ANSI
standard. If your cpp is not conformant, you should get another one.
(But I suspect that Intel's is.)
Sorry, sometimes I make too much meaningless noise.