Is there a maximum size to a Python program?
darwin at nowhere.com
Tue Apr 28 03:53:31 CEST 2009
Please see my post titled "The whole story"
"Martin P. Hellwig" <martin.hellwig at dcuktec.org> wrote in message
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> Carbon Man wrote:
>> I have a program that is generated from a generic process. It's job is to
>> check to see whether records (replicated from another system) exist in a
>> local table, and if it doesn't, to add them.
> To answer the topic question, it would be limited to the memory your
> platform can allocate and I guess that the most critical part would be if
> you run out of memory for handling the namespace references.
> However my magic 8 ball whispers to me that the provided solution tries to
> be smarter than the given problem requires, which is not a good thing. If
> so and if possible, please provide a more detailed explanation of the
> actual problem you want to solve instead of the problem you currently have
> with the provided solution.
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