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  1. Argument limit

    Is there a limit to the number of arguments a function can take in
    VxWorks?

  2. Re: Argument limit

    Chris Donohue wrote:

    >Is there a limit to the number of arguments a function can take in
    >VxWorks?


    10

  3. Re: Argument limit

    On Jul 1, 4:33 pm, spammers_...@pandora.orbl.org wrote:
    > Chris Donohue wrote:
    > >Is there a limit to the number of arguments a function can take in
    > >VxWorks?

    >
    > 10


    Actually 10 is the maximum number of arguments passed to function
    meant to be executed as the entry point of a task. There is otherwise
    no limit, beside practicality, to the number of arguments to a
    function.

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  4. Re: Argument limit

    Chris Donohue wrote:

    >Is there a limit to the number of arguments a function can take in
    >VxWorks?


    This is a language and tool set question rather than a VxWorks question.
    It is true that most of VxWorks is written in C and that the GNU tool
    set is popular with VxWorks users, but other langauge and tool set
    options are available.

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