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3.6.1. Compiler Restrictions

(applying only to this release of BAP, not everlasting !)

The length of a string or an atom should not exceed 2K character. Structures as well should not have more than 500 arguments. This only applies to the top level of a Structure. The count of terms nested in a Term is only limited by your local memory size. (Of cause you would probably not enter a struct with 500 arguments in a source file, but you might create one by the use of the operator at runtime. )


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