On 01/09/2017 10:46 AM, Leonard den Ottolander wrote:

> I don't remember ever seeing directives being indented by adding
> white space between the hash sign and the directive.

In my world, that is quite common.

> If one wants to indent directives space is normally inserted before
> the hash sign.

No, that is not normal.  It is not even permitted by traditional
versions of the preprocessor.  I quote from

>> Preprocessing directives are recognized in traditional C only when
>> their leading # appears in the first column. There can be no
>> whitespace between the beginning of the line and the #.

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