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Maximum number of variables reached?

From: Rick Hansen (aka RickH)
Subject: Maximum number of variables reached?
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2006 21:14:13 -0700 (PDT)

I've made a \include file of chord fret diagrams that could possibly contain
about 10,000 assignment variables when I'm all done.

I've been testing this \include file with about 150 variables and it fails
to compile, but when I reduce the number of variables to about 80 or so the
same unchanged source file compiles just fine with fewer variables.

Is there a maximum number of variables that I can use in a lp \include file?

The last message to the console says "parsing..." then in about 7 seconds
the process ends but no ps or pdf is created.  When I reduce the size of the
\include file then it compiles just fine in a few seconds.

If there is a maximum number of variables, then I'll have to wait for the
macro pre-processor availability in a future release instead of using
variables I guess.

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