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You generally want to keep it as short as possible, but it needs to be long enough to take up the slack on the small chainring and be able to move enough for the big chainring. What bike are you putting it on?
You can get away with a medium but if you do much granny ring climbing it wont be able to take up enough slack on a small front/small rear gearing situation.http://forums.mtbr.com/showpost.php?p=2911477&postcount=2