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The ERRORS.HLP file does not document fatal error C1053, "function too large for global optimizations." This error can occur on very large blocks of code.
The compiler has a limited amount of space available for storing temporary variables that it uses to track code within a function or code block.
The compiler could not handle the size of the specified function. You can compile without the /Og switch (this includes the /Ox and /O2 switches) or split up your code to reduce the size of the function. Note that a function which calls inline routines can grow very large.
This was corrected in Microsoft Visual C++, version 2.0
Article ID: 113116 - Last Review: July 5, 2005 - Revision: 1.1
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