I've got a problem with C.
I'm trying to do something like the following:
#define FOOBAR 5 some_function_which_takes_an_integer (FOOBAR); ... some_function_which_takes_a_string ("String literal with FOOBAR concatenated: "FOOBAR);
Which I want to expand to:
some_function_which_takes_an_integer (5); ... some_function_which_takes_a_string ("String literal with FOOBAR concatenated: 5");
Unfortunately, I can't, and I can't see a way to do it. I'm basically looking for a way to stringise a preprocessor token's value so that it can be concatenated with other string literals before the compiler is allowed to molest it.
I've been talking with a friend, and seeing as there's a
# preprocessor operator which stringises token names, it would make sense that there would be one for token values, but he can't think of one, or any other way to do it apart from using
One other way of doing it would be to have two different versions of each preprocessor token – one an integer, and one a string – but that's ugly.
Anybody got any ideas?