Controlling the Compiler

You can use special syntax in your scripts to control the sanScript compiler. Dexterity has a script preprocessor that allows you to selectively compile portions of scripts. Selective compiling is useful when you have code that is used for one version of your application, but not for other versions.

You can also use pragmas in your scripts. Pragmas are special instructions that the sanScript compiler uses to control how it compiles scripts. For example, you can control how the compiler responds to potential code problems such as possible infinite loops.

Information about the controlling the compiler is divided into the following sections:


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