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What is the purpose of the preprocessor directive #error?

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purpose of the preprocessor directive #error?
asked Dec 17, 2014 in Android by venki New to the Community (0 points)

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per https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5323349/error-directive-in-c:

It's a preprocessor directive that is used (for example) when you expect one of several possible -D symbols to be defined, but none is.

#if defined(BUILD_TYPE_NORMAL)
# define DEBUG(x) do {;} while (0) /* paranoid-style null code */
#elif defined(BUILD_TYPE_DEBUG)
# define DEBUG(x) _debug_trace x /* e.g. DEBUG((_debug_trace args)) */
# error "Please specify build type in the Makefile"
When the preprocessor hits the #error directive, it will report the string as an error message and halt compilation; what exactly the error message looks like depends on the compiler.
answered Jan 27, 2015 by LeonidM Veteran of the Digi Community (4,411 points)
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Havent any solution of your problem.
answered Jan 28, 2015 by williamjames07 New to the Community (7 points)
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answered Jan 29, 2015 by challpagal New to the Community (1 point)
edited Feb 15, 2015 by challpagal