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PostPosted: Mon Dec 16, 2013 9:33 am 

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Hello everybody,

I have a few problems with following code (see screenshots):

- First problem: I define a new symbol replacement directive, but the compiler doesn't recognize the defined symbol "REPLACE_ME" after the pre-compiler has build it.
And he definitly pre-compiles this piece of code since I can see in the output that debug mode is enabled !
Does anybody know how to use the {define identifier string} macro ?

- Further more I want to write my own ASSERT(x) macro which is only defined during debug mode, and wich takes 1 or 2 parameters for validation.
Second problem: you can't define DEBUG outside PLC_PRG. I found this issue back in the help and I think this is a major limitation! How would it be possible to use my ASSERT(x) macro in other libraries??
Third problem: It's not possible to use the symbol " {error '...'} " inside a {define identifier}. How can I display an error in the output?
Fourth problem: in C++ you can convert x to a string using #, but how is this done in CoDeSys?
Fifth problem: how can you define the identifier as a function, which takes 1 or more parameters?

Thanks for all help and comments !

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