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#ifdef, redefined

RemObjects Blogs – Using #ifdefs, or your language's equivalent, is a common occurrence in code, not only when writing cross-platform code. #ifdefs (or #if in C#, Swift and Iodine and {$IF} in Oxygene), let you conditionally compile different parts of your project — for example to account for APIs not available on all platforms, or for code you want to run only in debug or in release mode. The downside is, #ifdefs make for pretty ugly code: #if COCOA var formatter = new Foundation.NSDateFormatter(); formatter.dateFormat = format; formatter.timeZone = timeZone; return formatter.dateFromString(value); #endif #if ...
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