Compiler Directives for Optimizing Code

A number of Compiler directives can be used to optimize the native code for a program. Some of these directives must be used with care. Ensure that their expected behavior is acceptable for your application.

In general, always use the following directives when compiling your programs to native code:

Use the REMOVE directive to remove the following reserved words:

By removing these reserved words, you prevent code that uses these inefficient constructs from being added to the program.

You can use directives to optimize your program for speed.