What is the max number of points in vector graphic?

Alejandro Tejada capellan2000 at gmail.com
Thu May 22 14:29:16 EDT 2014


Ok. This is the max number for a signed 16-bit integer.
This limit was not included in the list from page 43 of
LiveCode User Guide:

2.2.9  LiveCode Memory Limits

The following table details the memory limits for different types of
LiveCode components. 
Please note that these limits refer to the maximums that may be in use at
any one time. You can 
store additional information on disk or in a database and load it when it is
required. 
 
A note about entries designated as "Unlimited": 
Since each open stack file resides completely in memory, LiveCode stacks
(and all structures 
within a stack) are effectively limited by available memory and by
LiveCode's total address 
space of 4G (4,294,967,296 bytes) on 32-bit systems 
 
Total addressable space  4 GB (on 32-bit systems) 
Maximum length of a line in a field  65,536 characters storage 
No more than 32,786 pixels wide for display 
Maximum size of an object  Unlimited 
Maximum number of objects in a group  Unlimited 
Maximum number of objects on a card  Unlimited 
Maximum number of cards in a stack  Unlimited 
Maximum number of objects in a stack  Unlimited 
 
Maximum length of object names  65,536 characters 
Maximum length of custom property names  255 characters 
Maximum length of command or function names  65,536 characters 
Maximum size of custom properties  Unlimited 
Maximum number of custom properties  Unlimited 
Maximum size of a script  Unlimited 
Maximum size of other properties  64K 
   
Maximum nesting level in control structures  Unlimited 
Maximum level of recursion  Unlimited



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