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what should be the max size of document?

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I am storing some information in my vc++ binary document file. How much information can i store in this document.
I remmember that maximum information that can be stored
in vc++ document is of 2mb. Is it so ?


What will happen in case if it exceeds 2 mb?
Advance thanks!
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Question by:sunraj
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Your question makes no sense. There is no such thing as a "VC++ binary document file". What file do you mean?

If you are talking about an MFC document, the associated file can be any size (depending on your storage medium).
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By binary document file, I think you mean serialization support added to CDocument class. Serialization forms a  binary file, and the 2Mb limit is not true. It's limit is associated with the OS file size limits.
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