Determining How Close to the Maximum Limits VB Supports 
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 Determining How Close to the Maximum Limits VB Supports

Dear VB Guru,

VB has some hard limits that could be eventually exceeded by a very large
program.  For example, there is a limit to the total number of variables
that a program can declare (I think it's around 64K).

Is there an easy way to find out what the actual numbers in use are?

Also, does VB 4 32-bit have greater maximum values than the 16-bit version?
 Does VB 5 have greater maximum values than VB 4.

Thanks.

George



Sat, 30 Oct 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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