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Re: B+Tree and Memory Mapped Files

 
 
Evan Carew
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      04-01-2004
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By this, do you mean something more complex than saving a single BTree
object to a memory mapped file?

Evan

ccrabfo wrote:
> Has anyone implemented a memory mapped B+Tree index file system in C++ ? If
> you have, I'd love to discuss implementation techniques and approaches.
>
> ~ thanks
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