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Pai ICE ai zis ca e de la pawno si atunci de ce nu imi da nici o eroare

am sters toate definiu-rile si includerule din gm.....sa vad dak da vro eroare .....si ce sa vezi la fel imi da

nu stiu de ce imi da asta azi dimineatza imi mergea iar dupa nu stiu mio aparut asta

Pawn compiler 3.2.3664 Copyright © 1997-2006, ITB CompuPhase

Usage:  pawncc <filename> [filename...] [options]


        -A<num>  alignment in bytes of the data segment and the stack

        -a      output assembler code

        -C[+/-]  compact encoding for output file (default=+)

        -c<name> codepage name or number; e.g. 1252 for Windows Latin-1

        -Dpath  active directory path

        -d<num>  debugging level (default=-d1)

            0    no symbolic information, no run-time checks

            1    run-time checks, no symbolic information

            2    full debug information and dynamic checking

            3    same as -d2, but implies -O0

        -e<name> set name of error file (quiet compile)

        -H<hwnd> window handle to send a notification message on finish

        -i<name> path for include files

        -l      create list file (preprocess only)

        -o<name> set base name of (P-code) output file

        -O<num>  optimization level (default=-O1)

            0    no optimization

            1    JIT-compatible optimizations only

            2    full optimizations

        -p<name> set name of "prefix" file

        -r[name] write cross reference report to console or to specified file

        -S<num>  stack/heap size in cells (default=4096)

        -s<num>  skip lines from the input file

        -t<num>  TAB indent size (in character positions, default=8)

        -v<num>  verbosity level; 0=quiet, 1=normal, 2=verbose (default=1)

        -w<num>  disable a specific warning by its number

        -X<num>  abstract machine size limit in bytes

        -XD<num> abstract machine data/stack size limit in bytes

        -\      use '\' for escape characters

        -^      use '^' for escape characters

        -;[+/-]  require a semicolon to end each statement (default=+)

        -([+/-]  require parantheses for function invocation (default=+)

        sym=val  define constant "sym" with value "val"

        sym=    define constant "sym" with value 0

Options may start with a dash or a slash; the options "-d0" and "/d0" are


Options with a value may optionally separate the value from the option letter

with a colon (":") or an equal sign ("="). That is, the options "-d0", "-d=0"

and "-d:0" are all equivalent.

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