This is an odd question, but I have always wondered what the answer is.
When I use Visual Studio.net 2003 edition, and compile a program, what does the "Skipped" term mean when the compiler compiles the code?
Why on earth would it wish to skip anything anyway, it always says none, but I have never seen a use for it, so why did the creators of the compiler add it to the exe list output?
Output: Sucsesed 1, failed 0, SKIPPED 0
Does anyone know what skipped means?