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Disabling Overflow check

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How can I stop Autoit from automatically ending my program if it overflows? I have a recursive function that must be run a lot of times (there is no way around) and I can't use it because of the overflow. Thanks in advance for any answers!

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Well theres a recursive max.... and that would be the problem.


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Well theres a recursive max.... and that would be the problem.

Oh... so I guess I cannot override it, right?

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How can I stop Autoit from automatically ending my program if it overflows? I have a recursive function that must be run a lot of times (there is no way around) and I can't use it because of the overflow. Thanks in advance for any answers!

I have never seen a case where a recursive function couldn't be coded a different way. Perhaps if you shared the code with us, we could show you how to avoid the problem you are having.

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Oh... so I guess I cannot override it, right?

No you cant override it... But show some code and we should could be able to make a workaround as PaulIA suggest


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No, I won't... because I think the purpose wouldn't be so welcomed. But thank you for the replies.

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No, I won't... because I think the purpose wouldn't be so welcomed. But thank you for the replies.

<Sniff> <Sniff> Was that a request to be banned that I just smelled? Moron.

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Nice vocabulary... thank you for the... compliment.

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