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The __COUNTER__ symbol is provided by VC++ and GCC, and gives an increasing non-negative integral value each time it is used. I'm interested to learn ...
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In digital logic and computing, a counter is a device which stores the number of times a particular event or process has occurred, often in relationship to a clock. The most common type is a sequential digital logic circuit with an input line called the clock and multiple output lines. Wikipedia
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Predefined preprocessor macro __COUNTER__
__COUNTER__ is a non-standard compiler extension for the GNU compiler. Apparently, it's also implemented in Microsoft's compiler and the clang compiler.
Instead of the tricks with __COUNTER__ it is better to define the macro such that it also defines initializer function which registers whatever you want to ...
__COUNTER__ is a preprocessor macro available in most compilers that expands to sequential integers starting from zero. It resets at the beginning of each ...
__COUNTER__. This macro expands to sequential integral values starting from 0. · __GFORTRAN__. The GNU Fortran compiler defines this. · __GNUC_PATCHLEVEL__ · __ ...
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Dec 9, 2020 — Both gcc and clang define __COUNTER__ marco: Defined to an integer value that starts at zero and is incremented each time the COUNTER macro ...
Incorrect macro substitution when passing __COUNTER__ to another macro. 15. Relates to 5 Is duplicated by 1 Parent for 1 Subtask of 1.
Compile-time counters are a pretty nice thing to have, and the fact that most compiler vendors implemented a __COUNTER__ macro into their preprocessor, ...