On Tue, 10 Apr 2018 09:16:52 +0800, David Crayford wrote:
>And 20 arguments is still wildly excessive. It's long been accepted that
>any more than 7 arguments are difficult to comprehend and an alternative
>design should be implemented.
If the code is generated by a program, that's not a concern.  If the data
structures are allocated dynamically, the only limit should be available

-- gil

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