At compile time, just like in C/C++, we have the C-preprocessor to make some decisions on what gets compiled, mostly from conditionals, defines, and a mixture of both. In Cython, we can replicate some of this behavior using
DEF. This is demonstrated as an example in the following code line:
DEF myConstant = "hello cython"
We also have access to
os.uname as predefined constants from the Cython compiler:
We can also run conditional expressions against these, such as:
IF UNAME_SYSNAME == "Windows": include "windows.pyx" ELSE: include "unix.pyx"
You also have
ELIF to use in conditional expressions. If you compare something like this against some of your ...