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    XML related

    Hello,
    May be instead of original XML Q (asked here before thinking a bit), I'll ask another one.

    I have to add a constant which has max value lets say :
    const unsigned short A1_MAX = 100;

    And use the same const to check the invalids, I guess I can check something like if the value is A1_MAX+1..Or is it better to define

    const unsigned short A1_INVALID = A1_INVALID+1;

    to look neat in the code ? Sorry just asking in terms of neatness and tidiness of code..


    Thanks a lot
    Stay safe
    pdk
    Last edited by pdk5; April 30th, 2020 at 12:18 AM.

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    Re: XML related

    I'd set the max allowed/valid value as
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    #define A1_MAX_VALID_VALUE  (100)
    However it is just up to you...
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    Re: XML related

    if the value is A1_MAX+1
    Are you checking for < A1_MAX + 1 ? If so, you can just check for <= A1_MAX
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    Re: XML related

    Thanks a lot kaud , yes I can do that

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    Re: XML related

    , thanks a lot for responding, I know I should do some home work before posting here

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