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Here is the whole code...I should give it earlier

use strict; use Devel::Size qw(size); my $df=500000;my $tf=3; my $wektor = ''; my $packed = ''; my $nr=0; for(0 .. $df) { vec ($wektor, $nr++, 32) = $_; # DOC ID...... vec ($wektor, $nr++, 32) = $tf; # TF...... for(0 .. $tf) { vec ($wektor, $nr++, 32) = $_+10; # POSITIONS } } print "Vector's size: " . size( $wektor ) . " bytes\n"; ###################### UNPACK VECTOR2..... my %vec;my %pos; my $docID=0; my $tf=0; my $index=0; my $order=1; my $Aa=time(); for(0 .. $df) { $docID = vec ($wektor, $index++, 32); $tf = vec ($wektor, $index++, 32); $vec{$docID}=$tf; # print "Doc id: $docID\ttf: $tf\n"; for(0 .. $tf) { my $last=vec ($wektor, $index++, 32); $pos{$docID}{$last}=$order; } } print "unpack vector in \t",time()-$Aa," secs..\n";

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