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Re: Generic Hash table functions that are not hcreate or BSD

On Wed, 19 Nov 1997, David Welton wrote:

> Hi, maybe this isn't the best place to ask, but I have already struck out
> with FAQ's, searche engines, and several newsgroups.
> I would like to be able to hash random data (strings, ints, structs..
> whatever I want, basically), and have several different hash tables
> active.  The BSD routines fail the first test, hcreate the second.

If you only want in-memory hashing then you might be interested in the C++
STL hashtable class (unfortunately not in the libg++272, I hear egcs has
it though)


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