[Mono-list] C# builder with Mono

David Curylo curylod at asme.org
Wed Apr 27 18:39:39 UTC 2016

This isn’t something the C# language supports.

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0feaad6z.aspx <https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0feaad6z.aspx> 

The C# #define does not allow a symbol to be given a value, as in languages such as C++. For example, #define cannot be used to create a macro or to define a constant. If you need to define a constant, use an enum variable. If you want to create a C++ style macro, consider alternatives such as generics. Since macros are notoriously error-prone, C# disallows their use but provides safer alternatives.

> On Apr 25, 2016, at 11:21 AM, Namestnik <fileismore at gmail.com> wrote:
> I just started learning c #
> I want to pass a variable in the program code when compiling ..
> I would like to do without the resource file, if possible.
> In the program code there is an array:
> string [] conf = { "str1", "str2", "str3", "str4", "str5"};
> I would like to compile redefine its contents
> That is, once the compiler to specify the data to in the compiled exe was
> the actual array
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