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is there any substitution macro (like #define) available in java similar to c?
is precompilation exist in java?
bcz i have home work of writing the java programs where i have to use System.out.println() function nearly 1000 times.if there exist any substitution macro i can replace System.out.println
as sop.
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Richard MacCutchan 11-Nov-13 12:50pm
   
i have to use System.out.println() function nearly 1000 times
I suspect that your design needs to be reviewed.

Java has no pre-processing. However, that does not prevent you using a pre-processor of another (for instance C) programming language.
   
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 10-Nov-13 13:12pm
   
Not that the pre-processor itself is evil, but the habit to use it can be :-). My 5.
—SA
CPallini 10-Nov-13 13:28pm
   
Thank you. :-)
Hi,

You can use, to achieve the macro behavior, a static method.
Java
public class Utils {
   public static void print(String text) {
      // Stuff...
      System.out.println(text);
      // More stuff...
   }
}

And then, is just call it:
Java
Utils.print("OK!");

I hope this has helped you

Best regards:
Filipe Marques
   

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