"Including" Macro Files

 

As your collection of macros grows, you may find it convenient to use the #include statement to pull the contents of one macro file into another. When DADiSP reads a macro file, it interprets a line such as

 

#include macros\series.mac

 

as if the file in the #include statement had actually been copied into the file being read. The #include statement must be at the beginning of the line in order for it to be recognized.