Introducing the ALS HashMap: a general-purpose, fast and memory efficient HashTable algorithm.


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5 Responses

  1. Alex says:

    First off: Good to see you on here again man and what a work you’ve done.

    I’ll definitely take a look at the source the next few days (you could’ve done those bst.c and linkedlist.c sooner though then I’d have had less work to do in college ;P) and see what I can learn from it. As a novice programmer I definitely think this project will prove useful for real-life applications (if the company I work at were to use C, I bet they’d make use of it).

    A little request though, could you change the doc_en.odt to a github-readable format like .pdf or upload an alternate version of it? I don’t want to download the whole source tree just for looking at the .odt file.

  2. Ember says:

    Cool stuff. I’ll definitely want to read into it more closely once I get the time.

    Nonetheless, major kudos for sharing it here for everyone to see.
    You, sir (or sirETTE), are a beacon of light in a wasteland of ignorance (to quote an old mentor of mine).

  3. Reymon says:

    Great stuff!!!!! Thanks for sharing your work men

  4. Alaster says:

    Hey, this is wonderfull ! Thank you for sharing this ! Great job, by the way 🙂 I really want to know how this will play out but I do believe it’s gonna be extremely usefull.

  5. Chris says:

    For the people who want to use this code at work, sorry to be a negative nancy but… the code has no license attached.
    IIRC that technically means it’s considered “all rights reserved” and can open you up to a lawsuit if used.
    Otherwise, great and insightful work.

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