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Binary Templates and Scripts have a slightly different syntax than regular ANSI C files and are not meant to be fully ANSI compliant. The following is a list of important differences between ANSI C and Binary Templates:

  • Pointers - No pointers are currently allowed using '*'. References using '&' are only allowed when passing arguments to custom functions (see Functions).

  • Preprocessor - Most preprocessor directives are supported including #define, #ifdef, #ifndef, etc. However, the #if directive is not currently supported and defining macros using the #define directive is not currently supported.

  • Multi-dimensional Arrays - When declaring arrays (see Arrays, Duplicates, and Optimizing), multi-dimensional arrays are not supported (this includes arrays of strings). When writing a Template, a combination of structs and arrays can be used to simulate multi-dimensional arrays. For example, the array 'float matrix[4][4]' could be defined as

        typedef struct 
        {
            float row[4];
        } 
        MATRIX[4];
    
        MATRIX m;
    
  • Control statements - The goto statement is not supported.


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