Inserts code from another file into a GAUSS program.
The command will cause the code in the program
cond.inc to be merged into the current program at the point at which this statement appears.
filename can be any legitimate file name.
This command makes it possible to write a section of general-purpose code, and insert it into other programs.
The code from the
#include’d file is inserted literally as if it were
merged into that place in the program with a text editor.
If a path is specified for the file, then no additional searching will be attempted if the file is not found.
If a path is not specified, the current directory will be searched
first, then each directory listed in
src_path is defined in
|#include/gauss/myprog.prc||No additional search will be made if the file is not found.|
|#includemyprog.prc||The directories listed in
Compile time errors will return the line number and the name of the file
in which they occur. For execution time errors, if a program is compiled
with #lineson, the line number and name of the file where the error
occurred will be printed. For files that have been
reflects the actual line number within the
#include’d file. See
for a more complete discussion of the use of and the validity of line
numbers when debugging.