C #pragma

The #pragma preprocessor directive is used to provide additional information to the compiler. The #pragma directive is used by the compiler to offer machine or operating-system feature.

Syntax:

snippet
#pragma token

Different compilers can provide different usage of #pragma directive.

The turbo C++ compiler supports following #pragma directives.

snippet
#pragma argsused
#pragma exit
#pragma hdrfile
#pragma hdrstop
#pragma inline
#pragma option
#pragma saveregs
#pragma startup
#pragma warn

Let's see a simple example to use #pragma preprocessor directive.

snippet
#include
#include

void func() ;

#pragma startup func
#pragma exit func

void main(){
printf("\nI am in main");
getch();
}

void func(){
printf("\nI am in func");
getch();
}

Output:

Output
I am in func I am in main I am in func
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