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#ActualMussi

Posted 30 November 2012 - 09:33 AM

I am creating a list for a GUI and considering the the amount of data in the list could be exponential, even larger than 10,000 - though it's unlikely it is certainly possible. On top of this I am
my list can handle a varied amount of columns.

So you have to display a portion of the list? If so, the number of rows you'll display is most likely limited to a small amount. You can use this to your advantage by mapping out the starting and ending position of blocks of lines, then reference this when you want to display the relevant portions.

Keeping 10,000 or even 100,000 strings into memory shouldn't be problem though, unless you've got some insanely long strings.

#4Mussi

Posted 30 November 2012 - 09:33 AM

I am creating a list for a GUI and considering the the amount of data in the list could be exponential, even larger than 10,000 - though it's unlikely it is certainly possible. On top of this I am
my list can handle a varied amount of columns.

So you have to display a portion of the list? If so, the number of rows you'll display is most likely limited to a small amount. You can use this to your advantage by mapping out the starting and ending position of blocks of lines, then reference this when you want do display the relevant portions.

Keeping 10,000 or even 100,000 strings into memory shouldn't be problem though, unless you've got some insanely long strings.

#3Mussi

Posted 30 November 2012 - 09:33 AM

I am creating a list for a GUI and considering the the amount of data in the list could be exponential, even larger than 10,000 - though it's unlikely it is certainly possible. On top of this I am
my list can handle a varied amount of columns.

So you have to display a portion of the list? If so, the number of rows you'll display is most likely limited to a small amount. You can use this to your advantage by mapping out the starting and ending position of blocks of lines, then reference this when you want do display the relevant portions.

Keeping 10,000 or even 100,000 strings into memory shouldn't be problem though, unless you've got some insanely long strings.

#2Mussi

Posted 30 November 2012 - 09:33 AM

I am creating a list for a GUI and considering the the amount of data in the list could be exponential, even larger than 10,000 - though it's unlikely it is certainly possible. On top of this I am
my list can handle a varied amount of columns.

So you have to display a portion of the list? If so, the number of rows you'll display is most likely limited to a small amount. You can use this to your advantage by mapping out the starting and ending position of blocks of lines, then reference this when you want do display the relevant portions.

Keeping 10,000 or even 100,000 strings into memory shouldn't be problem though, unless you've got some insanely long strings.

#1Mussi

Posted 30 November 2012 - 09:31 AM

I am creating a list for a GUI and considering the the amount of data in the list could be exponential, even larger than 10,000 - though it's unlikely it is certainly possible. On top of this I am
my list can handle a varied amount of columns.

So you have to display a portion of the list? If so, the number of rows you'll display is most likely limited to a small amount. You can use this to your advantage by mapping out the starting and ending position of blocks of lines.

Keeping 10,000 or even 100,000 strings into memory shouldn't be problem though, unless you've got some insanely long strings.

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