#pragma directive

#pragma directive Controls the compiler

#pragma tokens


The #pragma directive is implementation-defined. An implementation can define certain pragma parameters to control the compiler. The preprocessor ignores any pragma that it does not recognize.

Because pragmas are highly compiler-dependent, you should avoid using them as much as possible. Most compilers let you control the compiler by providing command-line options, configuration files, or project files. Do your best to keep compiler-specific information out of your source files. When you must use pragmas, protect them with conditional directives for specific compilers.


#ifdef _  _BORLANDC_  _

  #pragma pack


#ifdef _  _COMO_  _

  #pragma instantiate