Language directives allow you to change the code the programming language sees when it runs. We’ve talked a little bit about directives before, but today I will take a look at a subset of directives: conditionals. Conditionals allow a programmer to add or remove sections of code based on the existence of other directives. This means that it’s easy to build larger suites of code while allowing sections of code to be taken out without causing errors during runtime.
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