Problem With File size

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    Question Problem With File size

    I am now working on a project named in gooey which is a GUI builder . The project has about 10,0600 lines .... but when i add more lines upto 10,0650 then as i try to start my program it quits on loading . One of my friends said that it is due to the stack limit .. I tried to change the limit but no effect ...

    Please help me ......

    I had created in a form of header file system



    |- Header1.h -----
    start1.cpp ---
    | - Header2.h----


    If you dont understood the problem the place a reply .. i will explain more to you .. Please help me .. I wana to submit the project at 8-11-2005 .. please help ......

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    1. how many is 10,0600 ? is it 100,600 or 10,600 or possibly something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinodsr
    I am now working on a project named in gooey which is a GUI builder . The project has about 10,0600 lines .... but when i add more lines upto 10,0650 then as i try to start my program it quits on loading . One of my friends said that it is due to the stack limit .. I tried to change the limit but no effect ...

    Please help me ......

    I had created in a form of header file system



    |- Header1.h -----
    start1.cpp ---
    | - Header2.h----


    If you dont understood the problem the place a reply .. i will explain more to you .. Please help me .. I wana to submit the project at 8-11-2005 .. please help ......
    If I am not mistaken the stack has no "limit", its your computer that has a limit.

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    Just break it up into separate files. Put half of start1.cpp into a new file called start2.cpp, then add start2.cpp to your project or makefile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinodsr
    I wana to submit the project at 8-11-2005 .. please help ......
    To late....

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    That's probably Day-Month-Year format... common in many parts of the world.

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    Ahhh...

    Silly me....

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    soory

    Quote Originally Posted by Ancient Dragon
    1. how many is 10,0600 ? is it 100,600 or 10,600 or possibly something else?
    its 10,600 .... soory

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    plese give me help to create a make file in cpp (turbo) ...

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    Compliers make a makefile when ever somthing is compiled.
    So how wqould you need help making one?

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    You want a project. I don't know how to do it in Turbo C++, though. (That is what you're using, right?)
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    Do you need to use Turbo C++? There are other compilers you could use, too, like Dev-C++.

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    Here's a help page for making projects in Turbo C++ (click on Turbo C++ 3.0 or whatever you're using): http://www.horstmann.com/ccc/help/borlcomp.html
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    Or here looks even better:
    http://mechatronics.mech.northwester...a_project.html
    Or you can look through google's results yourself.
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