Obviously RAM will come into play in this but there is a system-dependent
limit. I forget which type it uses (int, double, long, etc) to determine
this limit, but math in computers is always finite, as there will always be
a maximum limit, depending on how many bits your system is capable of
"Zach Curtis" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Is there a limit to the number of key=value pairs that can be stored in an
> array? Or is this more a function of RAM limits?
> Zach Curtis
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