Prevents code from compiling when an expression has the value
FALSE at compile time.
#include <prlog.h> PR_STATIC_ASSERT ( expression );
The macro has this parameter:
- Any valid expression which evaluates at compile-time to
FALSE. An expression which cannot be evaluated at compile time will cause a compiler error; see
PR_ASSERTfor a runtime alternative.
This macro evaluates the specified expression. When the result is zero (
FALSE) program compilation will fail with a compiler error; otherwise compilation completes successfully. The compiler error will include the number of the line for which the compile-time assertion failed.
This macro may only be used in locations where an
extern function declaration may be used.