Have you ever placed the cursor at the begining of a line
of MASM code and then hit the end button. Usually you get
10 to 20 bytes extra from the last character of your code.
This will add about 10,000 bytes to the size of a program.
If you delete back to the last character of your code something
happens to the program. (I Think)

I would be very interested to hear others comments on this
because I don't have the vaguest idea if I am right or wrong.
Posted on 2002-07-09 13:24:00 by shankle
You talk about QEditor?
Posted on 2002-07-09 13:58:28 by bazik
Whitespace in your source does add up to the source size but definitely not to your executable (well unless it's inside a string :))

Posted on 2002-07-09 14:33:40 by Thomas