cscheit at lstm.uni-erlangen.de
Tue Sep 18 17:24:46 CEST 2007
Hi, Thank you all very much,
so I will consider using a database. Anyway I would like
how to detect cycles, if there are.
> >> > # add row i and increment number of rows
> >> > self.rows.append(DBRow(self, self.nRows))
> >> > self.nRows += 1
> This looks suspicious, and may indicate that your structure contains
> cycles, and Python cannot always recall memory from those cycles, and you
> end using much more memory than needed.
> Gabriel Genellina
How can I detect if there are cycles?
self.rows is a list containing DBRow-objects,
each itself being an integer pointer (index) to the i-th row.
Im using this list in order to sort the table by sorting the index-list
instead of realy sorting the entries. (or to filter).
M.Sc. Christoph Scheit
Institute of Fluid Mechanics
Phone: +49 9131 85 29508
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