Microsoft Windows CE 3.0  


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Evaluates the condition. In a debug build, if the resulting value is not TRUE, then the EXECUTE_ASSERTmacro will invoke DbgAssertto handle the assertion failure. DbgAssertmight return to the caller, depending on the user's actions.



Condition (a Boolean expression), which is always evaluated. This contrasts with ASSERTand many other traditional assertion macros, which do not evaluate the condition in nondebug builds.


If you use the EXECUTE_ASSERT macro in a debug build, DbgAssertmight display a message box. If this is not acceptable in your environment, you can use KASSERT(kernel assert) instead.