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*:If I split the data, then my easily programmed processing programs will become hard to program.
 
*:If I split the data, then my easily programmed processing programs will become hard to program.
 
*:If possible, I would like to have the virtual memory system in Octave i.e., the all big files, the user see as one big array or such.  There could be several user selectable models to do the virtual memory depending on what kind of data the user have (1d, 2d) and in what order they are processed (stream or random access).
 
*:If possible, I would like to have the virtual memory system in Octave i.e., the all big files, the user see as one big array or such.  There could be several user selectable models to do the virtual memory depending on what kind of data the user have (1d, 2d) and in what order they are processed (stream or random access).
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Perhaps this can be done entirely with a library of M-files.
  
 
*An interface to gdb. Michael Smolsky <fnsiguc@weizmann.weizmann.ac.il> wrote:
 
*An interface to gdb. Michael Smolsky <fnsiguc@weizmann.weizmann.ac.il> wrote:

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