I use a private INI file in C:\Windows to store info about the state of my application & use calls like WriteProfileInt(...),GetProfileInt(...).
But I have observed that calls to WriteProfileInt fail after the initialisation file reaches about 64 kb.
To cite an example, suppose the application uses an INI file to store information about users ( I know INI files are not intended for such purposes, but can one use them if one really wants to?? ).
Further say addition of info about each user adds 8kb to the ini file. So the application would have an inherent limitation of not being able to store info of more than 8 users(8*8=64kb).
Does this mean that I cannot use an INI file after it reaches 64 kb size?