Error In Lotus Notes formula language

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Lotus Notes Formula Language Error
Hi All !!! Please Help! I have written one program which runs after clicking on button i.e. in lotus notes formula language. it is also working fine. Now I want to make some modifications in that program but when I change something it gives error while checking formula y clicking on /. I am sure that coding is correct even I removed some spaces blank lines then it gives error else program is running fine. but I want to make some modification and that is necessary for me. I tried so many time by inserting some blank lines removing some spaces some time it accepts changes but after saving some code in that program disappears? please can any body help me how to come out from this problem ? My code is about 20 pages (A4 size).
ASKED: February 7, 2008  3:15 PM
UPDATED: February 7, 2008  10:06 PM

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Your code is probably just too long. There are several hard limits you may come up against, including the maximum total formula length for all formulas in a single design note. 20 pages is definitely too long to be reasonable in any case — I cannot imagine a formula of that length that cannot be rewritten to be much more compact. On the off chance that there is no way to compact the code, translating it to Lotusscript or Java would be a much better approach.

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