Macro definitions cause resiliency issues
Literal constants are number, character or strings :
– numbers, possibly preceded with . or \
– characters enclosed with ‘
– strings, enclosed with ‘ or “
Exemple of violations : (123, .25, \123), un caractere (‘…’) ou une chaine (“…”)
Why you should care
Code with macro definitions can cause resiliency issues.
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