how to build a dict including a large number of data
fredrik at pythonware.com
Fri Jan 4 15:17:22 CET 2008
> i have a binary file named test.dat including 9600000 records.
> the record format is int a + int b + int c + int d
> i want to build a dict like this: key=int a,int b values=int c,int d
> i choose using bsddb and it takes about 140 seconds to build the dict.
you're not building a dict, you're populating a persistent database.
storing ~70000 records per second isn't that bad, really...
> what can i do if i want to make my program run faster?
> or is there another way i can choose?
why not just use a real Python dictionary, and the marshal module for
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