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Syntax (See Pseudo-grammar)

#pragma warn {+|-|.}{ XXX }

Description

The #warn pragma lets you override specific -wXXX command-line options or compiler warnings configured in your project options. XXX is the three-letter or four-digit message identifier used by the command-line option.

The character preceding the warning identifier determines the action to be taken, as follows:

  • '+' turns on a warning.
  • '-' disables the warning.
  • '.' restores a warning to the setting defined in the Project Options dialog box.

Examples

  • The following #pragma directives are equivalent (where XXX represents the three-letter code, such as amb, that is associated with the warning message):
    • #pragma option -wXXX
    • #pragma warn -XXX
  • The following #pragma directives are equivalent (where #### represents the four-number warning message number, such as 8000):
    • #pragma option -w####
    • #pragma warn -####
  • To display all the warning message numbers and their associated -wXXX command-line options, go to the terminal window and enter the following:
> bcc32 -h -w
Also, see Message Options for a list of warning message -wXXX command-line options.

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