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Old 05-07-2021 , 02:50   #define directive parameter inside a string
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#define SQL_STATEMENT_NOT_EXPIRED(%1) ("(DurationMinutes != 0 AND TimestampGiven + (60 * DurationMinutes) < %1)")

I have this define. It doesn't work at all. How can I make it work? I spammed questions for google in other programming languages as well with no success. The parameter doesn't want to work inside a string.
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Old 05-07-2021 , 05:51   Re: #define directive parameter inside a string
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#define SQL_STATEMENT_NOT_EXPIRED(%1) "DurationMinutes != 0 AND TimestampGiven + 60 * DurationMinutes < "...%1

public void OnPluginStart()
{
	PrintToServer(SQL_STATEMENT_NOT_EXPIRED("10"));
}
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Old 05-10-2021 , 13:09   Re: #define directive parameter inside a string
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Originally Posted by Dragokas View Post
Code:
#define SQL_STATEMENT_NOT_EXPIRED(%1) "DurationMinutes != 0 AND TimestampGiven + 60 * DurationMinutes < "...%1

public void OnPluginStart()
{
	PrintToServer(SQL_STATEMENT_NOT_EXPIRED("10"));
}
It appears it won't work with GetTime.
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Old 05-10-2021 , 17:45   Re: #define directive parameter inside a string
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Surely, it requires you casting or format specifier.

Hack:

PHP Code:
#define SQL_STATEMENT_NOT_EXPIRED(%1) FormatInline("DurationMinutes != 0 AND TimestampGiven + 60 * DurationMinutes < %i", %1)

char[] FormatInline(const char[] formatany ...)
{
    static 
char buffer[1024];
    
VFormat(buffersizeof(buffer), format2);
    return 
buffer;
}

public 
void OnPluginStart()
{
    
PrintToServer(SQL_STATEMENT_NOT_EXPIRED(GetTime()));

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