Compiled Code

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This final section of the chapter on the Q++ Macros Language Reference is purely optional and deals with more technical "under the hood" issues presenting the compiled code that is the result of compiling macros.


When you generate a diary whose grids contains Macro tokens, Q++ does not execute the Macro code you wrote in the code editor; it uses a compiled form of that code (also known as assembled code). This code can be seen in the Macros Editor, and in the Macros Debugger (it is displayed on a dark blue background).


The next sections will discuss this compiled code.

Topic 108169 updated on 25-Mar-03.
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