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PC-LINT AND _AT_ KEYWORD

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QUESTION

What is the fix to get PC-LINT to handle the _at_ keyword? The line:

-d_at_=_gobble // defines _at_ to be a _gobble

causes a statement like this:

int x _at_ a + b;

to be evaluated as:

int x + b;

How do I get PC-LINT to ignore the _at_ keyword?

ANSWER

Replace the following line in CO-KC51.LNT:

-d_at_=_gobble // defines _at_ to be a _gobble

with this line:

-rw_asgn(_at_,__at)   // ignores the _at_ keyword

to make PC-LINT ignore the _at_ keyword.

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Article last edited on: 2006-02-14 10:47:42

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