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Date: -- (:)
From: tim@f...
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] (Sorry for my last post) lazyness, exceptions?, ocaml syntax rule-of-thumbs
>Well, but what about memory usage?
>I just miss an iterator, or sg. like that, which reads a line, processes
>it, reads next line...

Is there a reason not to use streams?

I'm not clear on the current limitations of the streams.ml that comes
with OCAML (logged as bug 1289), but the improved version at
http://www.fungible.com fully implements all of the operations that
can get through type checking and can read 10MB/s on my 600 Mhz
Pentium III.

It ought to be easy to write a function that takes a stream of
characters and returns a stream of lines.

-- 
Tim Freeman       
tim@fungible.com
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