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Re: count sort & output II

by sauoq (Abbot)
on Dec 19, 2002 at 23:00 UTC ( [id://221280]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to count sort & output II

I ignored the CGI aspect of your original question. CGI complicates things significantly and it is hard to know the best approach to suggest taking without asking several questions.

  • Do you expect many people to access this CGI program at the same time?
  • Must responsive must it be to new information?
  • What limits do you have on the size of the dataset you will be working with?
  • How else will you need to access the data?

Etc. etc. etc. You might consider saving the output to a temporary file as suggested by an anonymonk here. That's good advice but it could work against you if you need to quickly have access to the newest entries.

I think that, in order for us to really be helpful, you'll need to better explain your requirements.

-sauoq
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