Category: Preprocessor Directives in C++

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Preprocessor Directives in C++

The C++ preprocessor is a collection of special statements, called directives, that are executed at the begenning of the compilation process. The preprocessor is usually an integral part of our compiler. It is a process that is executed by the compiler before our C++ program code is compiled into machine instructions. The job of the preprocessor is to prepare our source code, proper for the compile phase, according to the instructions that we have included in the source files. These instructions are called preprocessor directives. All preprocessor directives begin with the symbol #, so they are easily distinguishable from C++...