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How many data elements can be in a LotusScript array?
Versions: R5; ND6; ND6.5; ND7; ND8; ND8.5

Limit:
Determined by memory available for data, and by the storage size of each element of the array, which varies with the array data type. For example, a Long one-dimensional fixed array declared in type scope can have 16,128 elements. (The total storage size available for fixed-size data in module scope is 64K bytes, and a Long element requires 4 bytes for storage.)


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