I was wondering if there was an equivalent way to do this C++ code in VB.
#define RunMethod(x) RunMethodA(x)
#define RunMethod(x) x
The main reason I wish to do this is I will be writing a testing suite and I will be writing these functions into if statements
eg. if TestCondition(3>4) then
So when I compile it in Debug it will call TestCondition, but when it is compiled to Release mode it change to "if 3>4 then". The other reason I really need it done like this instead of just returning straight away from inside the TestCondition function if compiled in release mode is that the file which will contain the function shall be removed from the source before the Release version is compiled
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