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Figure 12 Edit – Insert Macro Definitions
Include the selected macro file in the source file
Select this option to place an include statement in the source file that includes the entire macro file that is selected. This allows you to reference any macro that is in the included macro file from anywhere in the source file.
This is the default option, and will result in a smaller source file.
Insert the selected macro definitions into the source file
Select this option to place a copy of the macros in the Selected Macros box directly into the source file. This option is useful if you are only referencing a single macro from a file with several macros.
Macro Selection
The macro files presented in the selection list are those macro files present in the \Macro directory under the WinCUPL directory.
When you select a file from the drop down File/Name list, all named macros within the selected file are displayed in the list below the file name drop down. Select a macro from the list and the macro is displayed in the Definition box to the right of the selection lists. This allows you to preview the selected macro to insure that it is the one you desire to use.
Once you find the macro you wish to use, you can insert it into the source file in one of two ways:
If you have the default Include the selected macro file in the source file option selected, all you need to do is choose OK and an include statement referencing the macro file will be placed in the source file.
If you have selected the Insert the selected macro definitions into the source file option, you must choose Add to create a copy of the selected macro and place it into the Selected Macros box. Then, when you press OK, the macro definition will be placed into the source file at the current cursor position.

$MACRO T7482 A1 A2 B1 B2 S1 S2 C2

/* 2-bit full adder */

S1 = A1 $ B1 $ C0;

S2 = A2 $ B2 $ (A1 & B1 # (C0 & (A1 $ B1)));

C2 = A2 & B2 # ((A1 & B1 # (C0 & (A1 $ B1))) & (A2 $ B2));

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