Posted on 2009-02-10
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
I have a main form,  this calls a lot off other forms from a menu structure doing jobs.
I'am still able to add more forms,  and program is growing and growing,  
Do I have to worry that I will run out off program and/or run time space/memory space?
Some way to measure when will happen (if) ?
If so I must consider before happens to break up my program in parts
Please advise
Question by:BIAPRO
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    Project Limitations

    A single project can contain up to 32,000 "identifiers" (any nonreserved keyword), which include, but are not limited to, forms, controls, modules, variables, constants, procedures, functions, and objects. Note that the actual number of identifiers is limited to available memory.

    Variable names in Visual Basic can be no longer than 255 characters, and the names of forms, controls, modules, and classes cannot be longer than 40 characters. Visual Basic imposes no limit on the actual number of distinct objects in a project.

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    ok, that is a very learning link,  thanks

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