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I've just taken a quick look at your article but I agree with the guy. To me it seems that you are a C programmer who is quite new in C++. Defines should be avoided whenever possible. In a lot of cases defines can be replaced with template/inline functions. In some other cases long macros can be replaced to a combination of a short macro + template/inline functions/classes. Macros don't respect name spaces and they arent type safe. Still, some small stupid problems can be solved practically only with macros (for example automatically logging out filename/linenumber/functionname can be done only with a logger macro). But even when you are using a macro its better to keep the body of the macro short by immediately calling a function or intantiating/using a class. Using typedef on structs in C++ is awkward and using header guards is also deprecated in my opinion, in a large project you got a very strange error message with a duplicate (for example copy-pasted) header guard and today all major compilers support "#pragma once".
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