Does the roku compiler offer anything such as tail call optimisation? I doubt it as it's still easily possible to encounter a stack overflow within BS - also does roku limit the number of recursive calls?
Well I don't suppose it could be unlimited, but do mean to ask whether there is an arbitrarily set language limit or just a natural hardware memory limit? I guess it could be tested with different amounts of recursion until one fails
"Cwright017" wrote: Does the roku compiler offer anything such as tail call optimisation?
No. And neither does Python, to bring a widespread language into the picture. So get over it :mrgreen: