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Just make a loop creating tasks until it fails. I did that once but forgot how many I could make. Since then I found you could free 90K of Bt memory. So I could have created a bunch more anyway.
Well, as has been said before, it depends on the amount of memory. I just ran a quick test, creating tasks with 8K of stack (which should be more than enough for most purposes) and I could happily create 33 of 'em... so 5 shouldn't be an issue. If anything, the limiting factor mostly is the amount of (internal) RAM you use as stack, as others already said; there's no inherent limit in place.
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