[futurebasic] Re: [FB] [FB^3] String stack overflow error

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From: "Michael Evans" <mikonic@...>
Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 20:22:28 -0400
> Michael Evans wrote:
> 
>> Does this refer to the maximum number of strings in a _"STR#" resource?
>> or to the maximum number of strings in a string$ array (DIM
>> myStrings$(2049)) within a local FN?
>
>
> No, the String Stack is just the chunk of memory allocated for strings (or
> pointers to them?). So, this line of code is allocating 2k of RAM for the
> string stack...
>
>  _FBStrStkSize = 2048
>
> and this line 16k...
>
>  _FBStrStkSize = 16384
>
> Please, somebody expand on this and/or correct me if I'm wrong. I'm a little
> out of my depth here.
>
> Anders...
>
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If 16384 is a legal value, what's the point of 2048. Most machines now ship
with 64MB of RAM...

Or is there some speed issue here?


Cheers,


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