I have a set obfuscation macros that I am very keen on using. However, I want to be completely sure that the compiler does not optimize them out.
That being said, I can't turn off all optimizations in my program, so the command line switch will not work.
What I would like (and will pay for) is some to do research and write a report on how to selectively turn off optimizations in a function or file.
I vaguely recall being able to do it with a PRAGMA, but I don't remember how. Any other techniques you know of that could help educate me will be invited.
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