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Post Limits?
In the last years version of RobotC there were limits to header files and functions. I think header was 9 and functions were 99. anyways are these still the same? have they been extended? shorted? and are there other limitations to things such as tasks? Thanks for your response!

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Post Re: Limits?
Not sure about the header files. I have a program that uses 10 of them but it does have 135 functions, it compiles without any issues. I think the function limit is set to 140 now. You also have access to 20 tasks.

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Post Re: Limits?
Version 2.0 is also smarter in assigning "slots" to functions. Unreferenced functions should not count against the limit of total functions allowed. This means if you have an include file with dozens of functions and only two of them are used that only these two are part of the download to the NXT; the unreferenced functions do not "eat up" flash memory on the NXT.


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