When attempting to run an experiment, a "script too large to be compiled" error occurs.
Most commonly, the experiment design can be altered use less objects, which increases ease of managing the experiment and its performance.
In more complex experiments, this is due to the E-Run system can only store so many string literals before it runs out of stack space.
For example, every place Object.Property = "String Value" occurs, requires the internal system to allocate string space.
Update your system to E-Prime 1.1.
E-Studio and the individual E-Objects can generate code more efficiently to help reduce the possibility of the "script too large to be compiled" error.
NOTE: This issue is resolved by the way code is generated in E-Prime 1.1.
Thus, a .ebs file generated in E-Prime 1.1 can be run in E-Prime 1.0 and avoid the "script too large to be compiled" error.
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