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11.6.2 Pragmas

You can use compiler directives called pragmas in a D program. Pragma lines begin with a # character, and are usually placed at the beginning of a D program. The primary use of pragmas is to set run-time DTrace options. For example, the following pragma statements suppress all output except for traced data and permit destructive operations.

#pragma D option quiet
#pragma D option destructive