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The #eof compiler directive is used to indicate that the compiler should consider that end-of-file has been reached for the current source file.

#eof will end any active #if group that became active during the reading of the current source file. If the #eof was inside of an included file, then any conditions that that were active when the #include line was read will still be active.


Example:

#if defined(myroutine)
#eof
#endif
#define myroutine
 
// The code that follows will only be included once
// If the routine was already included previously, 
// these lines will not be passed to the Node.js compiler

 

RPG Equivalent

/EOF

 

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