Thread: is the stringizing operator('#' operator) a part of standard C?

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    is the stringizing operator('#' operator) a part of standard C?

    Hi all..


    the operator '#' which is used to replace the actual parameters of a macro with their values , a part of standard C?



    Plz reply..

    thanks in advance.
    raj_ksrt.

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    yes, it is
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    And it's already been answered in it's duplicate:
    http://cboard.cprogramming.com/showthread.php?t=104887

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