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To check for a syntax feature of the C, C++ or Fortran 77 compiler, such
as whether it recognizes a certain keyword, use
try to compile a small program that uses that feature. You can also use
it to check for structures and structure members that are not present on
|AC_TRY_COMPILE (includes, function-body, [action-if-found], [action-if-not-found])||Macro|
Create a test program in the current language (see Language Choice)
to see whether a function whose body consists of function-body can
be compiled. If the file compiles successfully, run shell commands
action-if-found, otherwise run action-if-not-found.
This macro double quotes both includes and function-body.
For C and C++, includes is any
This macro does not try to link; use