Implementation of C language #define splicing macro definition


Usage: splice two macros, one is the incoming macro. But the incoming macro will not be replaced. Instead, it will be connected intact, which is embarrassing. After various attempts, it turned out to be. I hereby record and share it for your convenience.

char A_param=0;

char B_pramm=0;

//Add macro definition

#define OBJECT     A 
#define DEFINE_ (X)  X##_ Param // once defined
#define DEFINE(X)   DEFINE_ (10) // define again

void fun()

// DEFINE_ (OBJECT)=100;  This operation is rejected. It is a direct splicing and will not be replaced

  DEFINE(OBJECT)=100; // This operation is divine. Replace first and then splice. We just make a secondary definition to solve all our troubles

  PARAM=100;// This is also possible


Will you achieve your goal in the end? The essential principle is probably the order of replacement and splicing. I haven’t studied it in detail.

The following is an occasion for me to use.

#define STEP_TIMx 4//TIM4
#define STEP_CHx 2//CH2

#define SET_STEP42_PPS_1(NUM,X) TIM##NUM->PSC=((X))



//The ultimate goal is to achieve TIM4 - > PSC = X. my goal has been achieved

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