Forum: Ruby #define _ and #define __

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A0599814ceddc2e283792f4e47c57f5e?d=identicon&s=25 Brian Takita (Guest)
on 2006-01-23 05:35
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Hello,

I can't find #define __ and #define _.
Please point me to the filename and line number of these definitions or
explain what they are.
Fe6a008c1e3065327d1f1b007d8f1362?d=identicon&s=25 Paul Brannan (Guest)
on 2006-01-26 17:00
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These are provided so ruby can compile on old (pre-ANSI) compilers that
lack
function prototypes.

[pbrannan@zaphod ruby]$ egrep 'define *_ *\(' *.h
defines.h:# define _(args) args
defines.h:# define _(args) ()
dln.h:# define _(args) args
dln.h:# define _(args) ()
st.h:# define _(args) args
util.h:# define _(args) args
util.h:# define _(args) ()
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