Message from discussion macro help?
From: Prof Ric Crabbe <cra...@crab.cs.usna.edu>
Subject: Re: macro help?
Date: 17 Nov 2003 19:15:21 -0500
Organization: United States Naval Academy
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Kent M Pitman <pit...@nhplace.com> writes:
> Prof Ric Crabbe <cra...@crab.cs.usna.edu> writes:
> > Kent M Pitman <pit...@world.std.com> writes:
> > >
> > > DEFVAR is a declarative form. It doesn't make sense to do in a loop.
> > then what I was trying to do wasn't clear. The point is that each
> > pass through, the variable being defined would have a different name.
> > Can this be done without a loop?
> Not the right question. The loop needs to be there BUT at compile time
> not at runtime. Consider:
Ah. Now I am enlightened, and I now understand that you tried to tell
me this before, but I didn't get it. Thank you for your patience;
I've learned more about macros this week than in all my other years of