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A BLOB (Binary Large Object) is a complex data type. Variables of this data type differ from normal numeric and string variables in that BLOBs have a variable length.
The maximum size of a BLOB is normally determined by your system's disk storage capacity. However, the maximum size in C/SIDE is 2GB.
Use BLOBs to store memos (text), pictures (bitmaps) or user-defined types, but note that C/SIDE cannot display text stored in BLOBs.
You can read from and write to BLOBs by creating input and output streams, respectively. To do so, use CREATEINSTREAM and CREATEOUTSTREAM.