I am using the directive "#if defined(MACHINING_CTR)" in the resource (.RC) file. If I put a "#define MACHINING_CTR" command in the .RC file then the #if directive works correctly. However if instead of using the "#define" statement, I define the MACHINING_CTR as a Preprocessor Definition then the "#if" directive does not work. Does the resource file not recognize Preprocessor Definitions?
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The viewer will learn how to use NetBeans IDE 8.0 for Windows to connect to a MySQL database.
Open Services Panel:
Create a new connection using New Connection Wizard:
Create a test database called eetutorial:
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