Define macro error: expected primary-exception before 'asm'

Define macro error: expected primary-exception before 'asm'

By : user2954948
Date : November 22 2020, 10:33 AM
this will help This code is supposed to provide an assert function, for debugging only, where it automatically creates a breakpoint if the assert fails (not the full code): , You're trying to use a statement as an expression. Try something like
code :
#define DEBUG_ASSERT(expr) do { if (!(expr)) DebugInt3; } while(0)

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#define causes an "expected primary-expression" error

#define causes an "expected primary-expression" error

By : Shanjone
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help Remove the semicolon - you will be good - the semicolon is included in the substitution
Sometimes it is useful to get the compiler to run the preprocessor only. With gcc/g++ you can do something like
code :
gcc -E file.c > result.txt
Calling Macro from inside Macro - Error Compile Error: Expected variable or procedure, not module - Private Sub App

Calling Macro from inside Macro - Error Compile Error: Expected variable or procedure, not module - Private Sub App

By : Kamil
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. While this post has been covered before, I will share the answer here as well in case others land here.
The issue is that you can't have a module named the same as a sub. See Screenshot below for what is WRONG!
shell mock --define from array: ERROR: Bad option for '--define' ("dist). Use --define 'macro expr'

shell mock --define from array: ERROR: Bad option for '--define' ("dist). Use --define 'macro expr'

By : user1815244
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue After asking this question a coworker I was pointed to this question on unix stackexchange: Unix Stackexchange question The way this problem was solved can be broken down to following lines:
code :
DEFINES+=(--define "dist .el7")
DEFINES+=(--define "foo bar")
/usr/bin/mock --init -r epel-7-x86_64 "${DEFINES[@]}"
If else in #define macro directive ... error: expected expression before ‘if’

If else in #define macro directive ... error: expected expression before ‘if’

By : Adinarayana swamy G
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Cant I use if/else, if/else if/else in #define directive? Below code gives errors: , Yes. That macro expands like this
#define and expected primary-expression error

#define and expected primary-expression error

By : Ohad Green
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do In Standard C, #define PRINTF(args, ...) means that any invocation of the PRINTF macro must supply at least two arguments.
The GNU preprocessor offers two extensions:
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