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From: guttman@m...
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Cross-platform DBM equivalent?

Pierre Weis <> writes:

>   As far as I know the best (and simpler) way to do this for reasonable
>   number of URLs bindings (say thousands but not millions) is to create
>   a Hashtlbl.t or Map.t and dump it to file using output_value (then
>   read it back with input_value).

Is there a recommended data structure in case one needs tables for
reasonably fast access to millions or tens of millions of values?
Probably hash tables are no longer providing nearly-constant access
time at those sizes.  Is there something better in the standard

Thanks --


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