Even if a particular implementation doesn't limit the number of characters in an

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Even if a particular implementation doesn't limit the number of characters in an identifier, it is advisable to be concise because

Options are:


A. Chances of typographic errors are less
B. It may be processed by assembler, loaders, etc., which may have their own rules that may contradict the language rules
C. By being concise, one can be mneomonic
D. none of the above

Correct options are:


Two options are correct

A. Chances of typographic errors are less
B. It may be processed by assembler, loaders, etc., which may have their own rules that may contradict the language rules.