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Re: HEAP Table limit
Posted by: Ingo Strüwing
Date: May 09, 2005 03:43AM

This might be a result from binary arithmetics. The number is kept in a 32-bit variable (on 32-bit systems). So all bit which go above 4G will be chopped, resulting in a modulo 4G. The resulting value will be rounded down to a 1K boundary. Your result could come from an attempt to set a value of about 8525163520.

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