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The latest version of this topic can be found at Preprocessor Operators. Four preprocessor-specific operators are used in the context of the
#define directive (see the following list for a summary of each). The stringizing, charizing, and token-pasting operators are discussed in the next three sections. For information on the defined operator, see The #if, #elif, #else, and #endif Directives.
|Stringizing operator (#)||Causes the corresponding actual argument to be enclosed in double quotation marks|
|Charizing operator (#@)||Causes the corresponding argument to be enclosed in single quotation marks and to be treated as a character (Microsoft Specific)|
|Token-pasting operator (##)||Allows tokens used as actual arguments to be concatenated to form other tokens|
|defined operator||Simplifies the writing of compound expressions in certain macro directives|