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Call Function Only When the Unit is Part of VectorCAST Environment

Last updated: 2019-10-24
How do I call a function only when the unit is part of a VectorCAST environment?

A convenient #define is part of VectorCAST.  When VectorCAST/C++ preprocesses a unit under test, it defines VECTORCAST. Thus, if you want to run some code in your source file only when it is used in a VectorCAST environment, you can add the following to your source code:

... code here ...

VECTORCAST will be defined when the unit is preprocessed during environment build.

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