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  1. In computer programming, the term directive is applied in a variety of ways that are similar to the term command, it is also used to describe some programming language constructs (e.g. those specifying how a compiler or assembler should process its i

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  2. communicating additional "pragmatic" or implementation-specific information

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  3. In assembly language, directives generally specify such information as the target platform, mark the separations between sections, and so on

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  4. In C and C++, the language supports a simple macro preprocessor

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