I created a VB program which is in the process of development. The stage
I am in now, I simply acess a data base of 8000 stocks and transfer all
available price data which is available for whatever is in the data base
into indexed locations for (open, high, low, close, volume & date). I
transfer this for each stock and when I am still in the A stocks I get a
stack overflow. I know what a stack is, but have no idea how to control
same (clear it out or change it's size with respect to VB use of same.
What should I do to control the size, prevent overflow.
Each time I go to access the new stock I cycle through various SUBs
which perform task like 'increment the index' and pass control back in a
loop which possibly produces a continuous series of the same stack
entries. If I work to prevent these loops, will that solve my problem.
Doing so just makes me repeat the same code in many places and violates
my sense of good practice. Thanks