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File exceeds 200kb limit

Hi, I am coding an algorithm that requires 4 C# files that are linked.

The files are 1 kb, 174 kb, 1 kb and 4 kb respectively.

The IDE shows an error message saying that the file exceeds the 200 kb limit.

Also I tried recoding one of the files to about 110 kb but the same error pops up.

What could be the problem?

Thanks for the help.

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Hi Lewis, as I mentioned in email this is a file size limit for the platform. I'd recommend designing your algorithm into partial classes. A single file of 170KB is too big :) We count the characters/string length so if its even close to 200kb its too big.

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