Evaluates the given condition in a debug build. If the resulting evaluation is false, then ASSERT calls DbgAssert to handle the assertion failure. DbgAssert can return to its caller later, if the user so desires.
Boolean expression that defines the condition to evaluate.
Here are two examples of ASSERT calls:
ASSERT( First != NULL); ASSERT( StartTime <= EndTime);
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