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After a file is compiled, little or no trace of the above-described modes can be found. This implies that these modes can be combined. So new code can use the more readable normal mode, whereas the existing code can be wrapped. However, it is important to administrate this properly. No code should "slip through" Furthermore, some implementation details are important for the more-then-average programmer. For example, when a program has to be debugged the actual function names are important to set breakpoint. Such details are discussed in the following sections.


Erwin Nijmeijer 2002-09-26