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compilation failing

Naveen_Tulabandula
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Hi
I donno why compilation is failing in 2nd case.
command to compile
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icl /c /FI:stubksm6888.h try.c
icl /c /FI:stubksm6888.h try2.c
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case 1
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#include
struct ksllt
{
int a;
int b;
};
typedef struct ksllt ksllt;
typedef int sword;
#define KSLLATDW(name, descrip, cleanup, level, wtcls)                \\
        KSLLATDV(name, descrip, cleanup, level)                       \\
        KSLEVTDX3(name##lf_, "latch: " descrip, "address",  "number", \\
                  "tries", 0, 0, wtcls)
#define KSLLATDV(name, descrip, cleanup, level) KSMSGADV(ksllt, name)
#define KSLEVTDX3(name, descrip, p1text, p2text, p3text,flags,callbacks,cls) \\
        KSLEVTDV(name, descrip, p1text, p2text, p3text, flags, callbacks, cls,\\
                 descrip)
#define KSLEVTDV(name, descrip, p1text, p2text, p3text, flags, callbacks, \\
                 cls, display_name) \\
        KSMSGADV(sword, name)
#define KSMSGADV(type,name) extern type name;
KSLLATDW(ksmsal_, "ksm", 0, 0, 0)
main()
{
printf("done.\\n");
}
#include struct ksllt{int a;int b;};typedef struct ksllt ksllt;typedef int sword;
#define KSLLATDW(name, descrip, cleanup, level, wtcls)                \\        KSLLATDV(name, descrip, cleanup, level)                       \\        KSLEVTDX3(name##lf_, "latch: " descrip, "address",  "number", \\                  "tries", 0, 0, wtcls)
#define KSLLATDV(name, descrip, cleanup, level) KSMSGADV(ksllt, name)
#define KSLEVTDX3(name, descrip, p1text, p2text, p3text,flags,callbacks,cls) \\        KSLEVTDV(name, descrip, p1text, p2text, p3text, flags, callbacks, cls,\\                 descrip)
#define KSLEVTDV(name, descrip, p1text, p2text, p3text, flags, callbacks, \\                 cls, display_name) \\        KSMSGADV(sword, name)
#define KSMSGADV(type,name) extern type name;KSLLATDW(ksmsal_, "ksm", 0, 0, 0)main(){
printf("done.\\n");}
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case 2
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#include
struct ksllt
{
int a;
int b;
};
typedef struct ksllt ksllt;
typedef int sword;
#define KSLLATDW(name, descrip, cleanup, level, wtcls)                \\
  KSLLATDW2(name, descrip, cleanup, level, wtcls, descrip)
#define KSLLATDW2(name, descrip, cleanup, level, wtcls, display_name) \\
  KSLLATDV2(name, descrip, cleanup, level, display_name)              \\
  KSLEVTDY3(name##lf_, "latch: " descrip, "address",  "number",       \\
            "tries", 0, 0, wtcls, "latch: " display_name)
#define KSLLATDV2(name, descrip, cleanup, level, display_name) \\
        KSMSGADV(ksllt, name)
#define KSLEVTDY3(name, descrip, p1text, p2text, p3text, \\
                  flags, callbacks, cls, display_name)   \\
        KSLEVTDV(name, descrip, p1text, p2text, p3text,  \\
                 flags, callbacks, cls, display_name)
#define KSLEVTDV(name, descrip, p1text, p2text, p3text, flags, callbacks, \\
                 cls, display_name) \\
        KSMSGADV(sword, name)
#define KSMSGADV(type,name) extern type name;
KSLLATDW(ksmsal_, "ksm", 0, 0, 0)
main()
{
printf("Done.\\n");
}
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stubksm6888.h
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#define ksmsal_ (*ksmsal_)
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2 Replies
JenniferJ
Moderator
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does "cl" compile ok? 
Jennifer
TimP
Black Belt
175 Views
It's not possible to save from this screen without incurring additional formatting errors.  Correcting formatting errors allows compilation.  So I suspect some of the apparent formatting errors are in your source, and more were introduced as you pasted to the screen.
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