Hello,

I am currently building a generic CN generator and I want it to come up
with as many different combinations as possible. It has become quite
complex and uses quite a few nested loops. I noticed that it stops
calling the loops when it hits a specific number of runs. I'll explain
it in pseudo-code underneath:

while()
{
Runs 6 times
while()
{
Runs 10 times
while()
{
Runs 60 times
while()
{
Runs 100 times
while()
{
Runs 600 times
while()
{
Runs 1000 times
}
}
}
}
}
}
I'm aware that it is possible to code this recursively, but I doubt it
would make a difference, since the amount of calls won't go down.

It's obvious that there is a pattern. Some sort of limit. It might be
the heapsize, but since the limit is such even numbers, I doubt that's
what's going on.

This happens in IE, Firefox and Chrome. I've searched Google to find
some sort of explanation in the Javascript engine, but with no luck. So
I thought it might be a limitation in the IDM software?

Jacob


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