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For your contribution to http://www.experts-exchange.com/cplusprog/Q.20031090.html

Thanks!

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Just a placekeeping note.

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thanks ,

a friend asked me a month ago how to implement similar algorithm for very large DB (~ TERA bytes)

I told him I'll look for the answer I once sent , but I got no time .

suddenly you sent me this extra points and the question within ,

thanks again .

tal
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You are most welcome
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