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C++ error

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While compiling my code in turbo C++
error "Segment _TEXT exceeds 64k" shown
what does it means and how to solve the problem?
Sep 27 '15 #1
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I think you have to choose different memory model from the project settings.
Sep 27 '15 #2

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How old is your compiler?

I haven't seen memory model issues since 16-bit windows 20 years ago.
Sep 27 '15 #3

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does it cause due to lines of code
Oct 3 '15 #4

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The error message says your program is too big to fit in 64K. Are you building code for a target system (processor/OS) where that limitation makes sense?
Oct 3 '15 #5

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It's not that the program won't fit into 64k but, rather, the object file from one of the source files is over 64K.

Are you truly writing 16-bit code?
Oct 4 '15 #6

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