Testing Macros

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Testing Macros

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Testing a Macro occurs in 2 stages :


First the Macro is compiled to verify that it follows the syntactical rules of the Q++ Macro Language, and that the Q++ Compiler understands it. This step verifies that the syntax of the Macro is correct, and generates compiler messages.


Then, if the behavior of a Macro is not obvious enough, you may want to test its behavior using the Macro debugger, to make sure that what the macro does is really what you meant..


Q++ provides you with powerful tools to test both the syntax and behavior of the Macros you write.

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