Default value: 1024
Allowed range: 32 to 32768
The purpose of this compiler directive is to avoid running out of resources by assigning overly long strings to string variables.
The default value of 1024 characters should be more than sufficient for most cases where a token is replaced by text of length of less than 100 characters.
If, during the processing of a macro any of its string variables is longer that this value, a run-time error will be generated and the script will be aborted.
Topic 107017, last updated on 18-Apr-2020