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How do store cells within cells?

How do you define multiple cells in the storage of a contract?

const data = beginCell()
	.storeUint(someVar, 64)
	.storeMaybeSlice()
	.endCell();

In other words, how do I store a second cell in data? How much can I store?


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Posted 9 months ago
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You can use store_ref(b, c): https://docs.ton.org/develop/func/stdlib/#store_ref
It stores a reference to cell c into builder b. You should be able to use references to store any amount of cells, but for a single cell there can only be 4 refs. This still allows for a tree of cells to read from.

https://answers.ton.org/question/1539108146436378624/does-store-slice-act-like-store-ref

  
  
Posted 9 months ago
Jeremy
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