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Hi Guys,

Here is the real code..

I 've got a bit strinbg where i saved (f.e. 2 milion)possitive integers with 4 bytes each one..The code is like below..

my $docID=0; my $tf=0; my $index=0; my $Aa=time(); for(1 .. 2000000) { $docID = vec ($dp, $index++, 32); $tf = vec ($dp, $index++, 32); $ TERM FREQUENCY $vec{$docID}=$tf; ### SAve Data for(1 .. $tf) { my $poss=vec ($dp, $index++, 32); $pos{$docID}{$poss}=\$order;# save Data } } print "unpack vector in \t",time()-$Aa," secs...\n";


Thats what i want to speed up...The vec is really very fast to read the bitstring but the saving make the prerfomance slow...:(

Any suggestions????

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