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NJ Series: Variable Tables

FAQ No. FAQ04625

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The performance specifications for the NJ Series lists variable tables as part of the program capacity. Why are variable tables not included in the memory capacity for variables?

Answer

The variable tables that are included in the program capacity are stored with the execution objects in the list of variable attributes (e.g., variable names and variable data types) that are used in the programs. The variables themselves are stored in the memory capacity for variables, which is a separate memory space from the program memory.