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Old 08-17-2009
warning :extra tokens (ignored) after directive

I am getting the following warning while compilation of my C project.

/var/tmp/aaaa003z6: warning: 101: extra tokens (ignored) after directive

Can anyone help what this warning means and how to get rid of this.
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Old 08-17-2009
Originally Posted by pratim09
I am getting the following warning while compilation of my C project.

/var/tmp/aaaa003z6: warning: 101: extra tokens (ignored) after directive

Can anyone help what this warning means and how to get rid of this.
What is on line 101? If you have some preprocessor statements, make sure they are right.

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