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/D switch

The /D switch defines a name and an optional value to be passed to the C preprocessor as if by a #define directive. Multiple /D directives can be used in a command line.


midl /Dname[=definition]

Switch Options

name

Specifies a defined name that is passed to the C preprocessor when the /cpp_cmd switch is present and the /cpp_opt switch is not present.

definition

Specifies a value associated with the defined name.

Remarks

White space between the /D switch and the defined name is optional.

When the /cpp_cmd switch is present and the /cpp_opt switch is not, the MIDL compiler concatenates the string specified by the /cpp_cmd switch with the /I, /D, and /U options and uses this concatenated string to invoke the C preprocessor for each IDL and ACF source file.

The MIDL compiler switch /D is ignored when the MIDL compiler switch /no_cpp or /cpp_opt is specified.

Examples

midl -DUNICODE filename.idl

See also

/cpp_cmd
/cpp_opt
/I
General MIDL Command-line Syntax
/no_cpp
/U

 

 

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