I wrote a question a few days ago starting like this:
I've got the following macro in the code:
I was meaning the code of a whole program. I also provided the code of the macro (kind of a function in the program) below.
Someone's corrected my sentence like this:
I have the following macro:
I'd like to know why this sentence is better than mine? While I agree that "in the code" maybe somewhat redundant, but what's wrong with "I've got"?