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    b-trie

    Hi!

    I'm solving a big task that deals with a very big string database. One of the main issues is to choose a data structure for storing the database on disk and indexing it. After some time, I've decided to use a b-trie structure. The question is - does anyone know a good open-source implementation of this structure?

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: b-trie

    Hrm, this thread is a little stale, but what language were you considering?
    Best Regards,

    BioPhysEngr
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    Re: b-trie

    BioPhysEngr, the ideal variant would be C/C++, but other languages are also acceptable - Java, Delphi, C#, etc. I would be happy to see a good implementation written in any language.

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    Re: b-trie

    Quote Originally Posted by alleb57 View Post
    I've decided to use a b-trie structure.
    The article you referred to isn't freely available but doesn't it contain an implementation?

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    Re: b-trie

    nuzzle,
    pitily, there's no implementation in the article

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