If you use "Paste XB" instead of "Paste", Classic99 will tweak the internal pointers to allow for those longer lines (as well as stripping unneeded spaces to make the lines shorter to enter). The only caveat is if you aren't actually running XB, it might do bad things
I discovered accidentally that TI-BASIC allows for very long lines (perhaps unlimited) because it seems to ignore the byte that tells the length and just looks for the eol null byte.
You can create such lines from my editor here: http://nivelleringsl...eu/ti994a_basic
Is it a feature or bug? :-)
However Extended Basic does truncate the line. Since it is TI-BASIC, the only lines relevant are probably DATA lines. I just tested this line and it worked fine in MESS.
100 DATA 0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF,0123456789ABCDEF
Edited by Fredrik Öhrström, Mon Nov 17, 2014 1:26 PM.