is there any marco that printfs the incoming list, or am i asking too much of 
the
compiler at runtime?


what a problem to do

int a;
for (a=0;a<argc;a++)
 printf("Arg %d == %s",a,argv[a]);



example:

        main (int argc, char *argv)

        with this macro might print:

        "2", "testinput"

        and baz(char *file, int count)

        similarly might print,

        "testinput", "47"

        i'm probably asking the impossible, but this is certainly the place to
        ask.

        thanks,

        gary


        ps: i'm looking to create a DEBUG header.



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