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Thanks for your repaly, Corion.

In the end, you will still need to have all keys in memory, or at least accessible
Why, in case of using a database I can just try to insert a new value. If that value is already exists in the table I'll get an exception 'Cannot insert a duplicated value bla-bla-bla'. But otherwise a new value will be inserted the the table.

a million keys shouldn't eat too much memory
The most important criterion for me is a speed of processing of new values. I haven't use databse approach yet but in case of using a hash a processing of one value takes about 40 seconds with 1 million hash keys. But the number of keys is increased and the time increased too.

Michael Stepanov aka nite_man

It's only my opinion and it doesn't have pretensions of absoluteness!

In reply to Re^2: How to remove duplicates from a large set of keys by nite_man
in thread How to remove duplicates from a large set of keys by nite_man

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