Rule limitations and contain statements
Hi folks, So I finally have a working PC again so I´m back at this. I have a problem though and its a doozy. I know text attributes have a limit in terms of how much content they can have but is there a similar limit regarding individual cells in tables? I ask because in an attempt to improve performance I tried to mimic a text attribute by using individual cells to improve search speed for solutions in a boggle like game. When I used a table there was a discernable lag as it searched for each word before giving it as correct. Using text attributes was much quicker (I started this project by using an old t-shirtbooth template) but it suffered from the limit per text attribute and I have a very large dictionary and if implement that method I would need 271 attributes which isn´t feasible. So I decided to create another table with only 27 cells where each cell is essentially a text attribute without the limit. Performance has improved significantly however its not finding all the words. Its as if it gets to a particular point and then stops. Words in the same cell wont be found. One will and another wont. So is there a limit as to much text it will look at in a cell? if so, whats the limit?
I actually ended up doing the 270 cells but hit another snag. It seems having to search all 270 cell contents at the same time prevents it from actually searching. Using contain statements. Nothing gets done. When I checked with 75 it worked. Is there a limit regarding how many rules you can set at any one point? If so, how many?