Re: not calling function at run time ..
On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 21:10:47 +0530
Paras Sharma <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi ,
> I have one Library function DBG() - a kind wrapper kindof function
> for printf. ( it takes variable number of parameters )
> DBG( stringname, index, " Hello %d %s ..", i,c);
> DBG( stringname, index, " Hello %d %c %i %s ..", i,c1, j, c);
> I am using DBG at many places in the code . Now Just for testing I want
> not to call this function at run time.
> How to do it without commenting 10000s of places ..
> Is there any other like using some hashdefine #define DBG(ABC..)
> or some other way.
> Thanks in advance .
You can comment every call to the function (as you mentioned above)
or you can subtitute the function DBG() with a dummy function like:
The real DBG() function:
your function code;
/* Here is a sample dummy function: */
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