> > If the JA cell is overcapacity (total information saved > 64K),
> > the calls at the end of the JA list will be missing
> > (as Mirko pointed out).
> Are you using a ready-made subroutine library to handle the
> Are calls that don't make it into the first 64K really
If they meet the criteria explained in my previous post - yes.
> Why can't you use extention cells for over-large doublets,
> with a pointer to the extention at the end of the filled up
> cell? Or is the overhead connected with this what you call
> "manually check"? Maybe it isn't even that big - contained
> in loop controls already?
I could do this - and add more complexity to the code. However,
I think there are more important places for me to spend my limited
time that I have to improve the program.
This is only a problem with "monster" databases. With a little
work - I think most people can live with the limitations - but
they do need to understand what they are.