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Double linked list & memory allocation

CodeTTCodeTT Posts: 21Member
I am going to develop database program with using of double linked list
,maybe in OOP. I would like to know what's the best on the double linked list (DLL) because solution with typed file seems to me to be better for my memory. I have got problem with memory allocation - not enough for my program in graphix mode ? How to solve this ?

I would like to program manage about 10000 records, but there's no memory...

Thx for any solution and ideas and have a nice day !
Bye CodeTT

PS: I know quite cool algorithm of DLL, but the memory...

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  • Phat NatPhat Nat Posts: 757Member
    : I am going to develop database program with using of double linked list
    : ,maybe in OOP. I would like to know what's the best on the double linked list (DLL) because solution with typed file seems to me to be better for my memory. I have got problem with memory allocation - not enough for my program in graphix mode ? How to solve this ?
    :
    : I would like to program manage about 10000 records, but there's no memory...
    :
    : Thx for any solution and ideas and have a nice day !
    : Bye CodeTT
    :
    : PS: I know quite cool algorithm of DLL, but the memory...

    If you need more memory, you should use EMS/XMS. If you use XMS, you can have one large span of memory to use. Just set the pointers to where the data resides in XMS.

    Phat Nat


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