What platform are you on ?

If you could make a RAM-drive, then simply create the files there. Could copy from 
"physical" media and have triggers perform dual updates (physical & RAM drives).

Other side of the coin of course is that if a file is being referenced THAT 
frequently, it's probably cached anyway, and the gains may not warrant the hassles

Ross Ferris
Stamina Software
Visage – an Evolution in Software Development


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>To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Subject: [UV] Memory resident hash tables/files
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>Hi All,
>
>I would like to store records from small static parameter files that are
>accessed frequently in a memory resident hash table in the common area.
>What would it take to achieve this in UV BASIC? What would it take for IBM
>to introduce internal hashtable type variables (such as those found in some
>C++ class libraries) in UV.
>
>Regards, Marco.
>
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