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Defining a unique macro receiving multiple arguments of any type

, 28 Dec 2003
This article describes how to define a macro receiving multiple arguments of multiple types and convert it automatically to a concatenated string
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I live in São Paulo - Brazil - where I have my tiny C++ \ Win32 \ .NET training company: NEXSUN
I have worked with many programming languages like VB / C++ / Java / C# but I´m mainly interested in: C++ forever Smile | :) and the .NET framework. Now I'm IBM-OOAD, OMG-OCUP, MCP, MCAD, MCSD, SCJP, MCSD.NET, MCTS, MCPD.

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