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A limit to the size of an HTML table?

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Is there a limit to the size of an HTML table created
(ROWS/COLUMNS).  I will be writing a CGI to get data from and oracle database and creating a table.  Records will not be longer than 160 characters in length (20 Columns) and will return from 0 to 1 Billion transactions (1 Billion Rows).
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There is presently no limit to the amount of data a table can support, however, you're resrictions are going to be with server memory, and you're CGI.  If I can remember correctly, a cgi buffer max's out at 64k
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