C++11 non-conforming __VA_ARGS__ macro expansion (C4003) - by Igor 'arabesc' Pavlov

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ID 772051 Comments
Status Closed Workarounds
Type Bug Repros 0
Opened 11/23/2012 6:30:33 AM
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Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate 2012
Version 11.0.51020.03 Update 1 CTP

Visual C++ 2012 04940-004-0038003-02800
Microsoft Visual C++ 2012

Visual C++ Compiler November 2012 CTP [Codename Milan] installed.

There is nonstandard __VA_ARGS__ expansion.

C++11 draft:
16.3.1 Argument substitution
1. After the arguments for the invocation of a function-like macro have been identified, argument substitution takes place. A parameter in the replacement list, unless preceded by a # or ## preprocessing token or followed by a ## preprocessing token (see below), is replaced by the corresponding argument after all macros contained therein have been expanded. Before being substituted, each argument’s preprocessing tokens are completely macro replaced as if they formed the rest of the preprocessing file; no other preprocessing tokens are available.
2. An identifier __VA_ARGS__ that occurs in the replacement list shall be treated as if it were a parameter, and the variable arguments shall form the preprocessing tokens used to replace it.
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