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C5300: Limitation: code size ‘<actualSize>’ > '<limitSize>' bytes

Question asked by Eric Plambeck on May 17, 2011
Latest reply on May 18, 2011 by Eric Plambeck

I have been writing programs with a 32k code size limitation license, I think.    I got the message:

 

C5300: Limitation Code Size 1969 > 1024 bytes

 

I have compiled much larger code than that in the past.  I still can too.  The difference this time is that I am compiling a test program with 32 bit floating point.

 

Does floating point have a more severe licensing limitation?

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