On 22 Jul 2016, Roland Winkler wrote:

> On Fri Jul 22 2016 Gijs Hillenius wrote:
>> My Emacs (24.5) bring CPU to 100% for minutes (until C-g) when I try
>> to read `bbdb-hashtable', following the link from reading about
>> bbdb-gethash...
> What is it you want to do?  Under normal circumstances there should
> never be a need to inspect bbdb-hashtable via its printed
> representation.  When a hash table contains many elements (here: you
> have many BBDB records), the printed representation of the hash
> table can get very big.  You can read more about hash tables in the
> elisp manual.

Thanks for the extra explanation. Will read the elisp manual.

Sorry for the noise..

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