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What's the maximum length of a string constant in @function formulas?
Versions: R5; ND6; ND6.5; ND7; ND8; ND8.5

2048 bytes (not byes - click on symbol for details)

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2048 bytes (Andre Guirard correctly pointed out that the previous shown value of 2048 characters was incorrect. Also note, these are LMBCS characters, and so could take as many as 4 bytes for a character, although usually they do not)

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