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SubjectRe: linux/macros.h(new) and linux/list.h(mod) ...
Em Fri, Jul 06, 2001 at 12:08:55AM +0100, David Woodhouse escreveu:
>
> #define min(a,b) __magic_minfoo(a,b, __var##__LINE__, __var2##__LINE__)
>
> #define __magic_minfoo(A,B,C,D) \
> ({ typeof(A) C = (A); typeof(B) D = (B); C>D?D:C; })
>
> void main(void)
> {
> int __var11=5, __var211=7;
>
> printf("min(%d,%d) = %d (should be 11: %d)\n", __var11, __var211, min(__var11, __var211), __LINE__);
> }

Have you looked at the preprocessor output?

[acme@brinquedo /tmp]$ gcc -E a.c -o - # or 'cpp < a.c'
# 1 "a.c"
void main(void)
{
int __var11=5, __var211=7;
printf("min(%d,%d) = %d (should be 11: %d)\n", __var11, __var211,
+ ({ typeof( __var11 ) __var__LINE__ = ( __var11 ); typeof(
__var211 ) __var2__LINE__ = ( __var211 ); __var__LINE__ >
__var2__LINE__ ? __var2__LINE__ : __var__LINE__ ; }) , 11);
}
I didn't found a way to generate unique variable names using __LINE__

- Arnaldo
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