I am an electronics hobbyist. In past projects, I have always programmed in assembly using a stand-alone absolute assembler. Since my next project will utilize a bit of floating point math, I plan to utilize some C floating point routines in addition to a number of assembly routines and wish to develop all code in CW Special Edition. However, I am a bit confused (and concerned) about the 32K C code limit in CW Special Edition. In the course of experimentation, I find that the floating point libraries alone contain close to 32K of C code. Will this code count towards the 32K limit? If yes, it sounds like I cannot use Special Edition for this project. I would hate to spend lots of time front ending my familiarity with CW only to find that the time was ultimately wasted due to C limits. Can anyone clarify for me what goes into the C code size limits of CW Special Edition? i.e. which files are actually counted towards this limit? Thanks.