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How to store strings longer than 1023 bits in TON cells?

Do I get it right that if my smart contract needs to store a string longer than 1023 bits, I should split that thing in parts and make a chain of cells containing it? Can the length of each part go all the way up to 1023 bits?


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Posted one year ago
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That is correct; you need to use Snake Data Encoding if you want to store more than 1023 bits in a Smart Contract (TVM).

You have no other option.

The short answer is to use the method that Arter provided by checking the snake encoding example code here:
Snake Encoding Example Code

Also, for a more comprehensive understanding of how to incorporate this process into your work, you can refer to the following documentation:
Snake Data Encoding Reference

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Posted 11 months ago

User "Tim" answered this question, and the answer is to use "snake cells", an example of working with such structure is here.

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Posted one year ago