Mike, Are you sure the C preprocessor recognizes the keyword "true"? I compiled the following code in Visual Studio and it took the #else path. (i.e. it printed "false"). So I don't think this is a bug although Visual Studio did not give me any compiler error. It just treated "true" as a "pre-processor variable" that contains a value 0. I don't have RobotC in front of me so I don't know what RobotC does. If it produces a compiler error, you can argue it is a bug. Nevertheless, I don't think it should treat "true" as a Boolean keyword.
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