Scripts must not exceed a certain size


    This PowerBuilder code rule states that any scripts written must not exceed a certain size. This size is determined by the developer and can be set to whatever size is considered appropriate for the application. This rule helps ensure that scripts are organized and efficient, and that they do not become too large and difficult to maintain. This rule also encourages developers to break down large scripts into smaller, more manageable pieces. This helps to ensure that scripts are easier to read and maintain, and that they are more efficient and less prone to errors.

Key Benefits

  • Performance: Scripts must not exceed a certain size to ensure optimal performance.
  • Maintainability: Smaller scripts are easier to maintain and debug.
  • Security: Limiting the size of scripts helps prevent malicious code injection.


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