>
> i am trying to define a function like macro in C/400 as below, but i am
> getting compilation error (CZM0350 : "Syntax error")
>
> #define checkError(string,val)
> if(val)
> {
>   printf("Failed with %d at %s\n",val,string);
>   exit(1);
> }
>
Hi, Srikanth.

#define checkError(string,val) \
if(val) \
{ \
  printf("Failed with %d at %s\n",val,string); \
  exit(1); \
}

Try like this - it works, I've just tested. If you fail to find the
difference - continuation mark on each row.

> i know this is pretty elementary but i have got struck, could i get some
> help please. also how can get second level help like whether ';' or '}' is
> missing....like in borland compilers or MSVC we get which part of syntax
is
> in error.

Normally you see some second level text, but not in this case. Afraid that
compiler was so surprised to see this sort of thing, that could not find a
word! :-)
HTH,
Jevgeni.





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