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DEBUG mode


A special compiler mode, which generates an app with various safety checks inside.


The mode is triggered by defining the "_DEBUG" macro. In Microsoft(R) Visual C++ this mode is generally specified via the IDE.

This mode enables a safe and thorough debugging, but the resulting app is noticeably less efficient and cannot usually be used on another computer.

The final app should be compiled in RELEASE mode.

The following Elgrint functionality works only if _DEBUG macro is defined:

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