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Question#define VERSION 1.0.0 - too many decimal points Pin
Vaclav_16-Oct-14 5:12
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Apparently #define VERSION does not simply replace the VERSION with literal 1.0.0 but the 1.0.0 is analyzed by GCC compiler.
Did some search and found that certain "tokens" have special function in #define.
Did not quite get which tokens, period is one of them, but like to know if this is something new or specific to GCC ( used by Arduino IDE).
Of course it works "normal" if the token is enclosed in parentheses as a string.
Any comments will be appreciated.
Cheers Vaclav

PS What is the correct name for "the stuff" after #define and VERSION?
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