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Fatal C3001 Memory overbooked

Fatal C3001 Memory overbooked

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Hello,

I get this compilation error :
Fatal C3001  Memory overbooked
Do you know what is the problem and how to correct it ?

Thank you in advance for your help.

RE: Fatal C3001 Memory overbooked

mathmax,

I'll send you to the same place "Norton Guides", search on memory overbooked.  It references a function or procedure that is too large, or a "monolithic" application.  You may need to restructure the app or retool how it is complied & linked.

Jim C.

RE: Fatal C3001 Memory overbooked

Compile with /m /n option In /n option you cann't put any executable code out of any procedure or function. when you link first function of first obj will be starting point.
S.N.Karki

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