SET PROCEDURE

SET PROCEDURE*

Compile procedures and functions into the current object (.OBJ) file

Syntax

      SET PROCEDURE TO [<idProgramFile>[.<ext>]]

Arguments

TO <idProgramFile> is the name of the procedure file to compile into the current object file. It can optionally include a path and/or drive designator.

<ext> is the optional extension of the procedure. If not specified, .prg is assumed.

SET PROCEDURE TO with no argument is ignored.

Description

SET PROCEDURE directs the compiler to compile all procedures and user- defined functions declared within the specified procedure file into the current object (.OBJ) file.

SET PROCEDURE is a compatibility command and not recommended. It has been superseded by other facilities more appropriate to the compiled environment (e.g., the compiler script (.clp)) file.

See the Clipper “Compiler” chapter in the Programming and Utilities Guide for a full discussion of program architecture and configuration.

Seealso

#include, DO*, FUNCTION, PROCEDURE, RETURN

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