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Monthly Archives: March 2009

In the spelling corrector article we read a whole file in memory and hold it’s data in a std::string object, and then we use a std::map to hold ranges of this big string. Those ranges are created by making copies of the string. While this aproach is satisfatory, it can be greatly improved if we can afford holding the file data while std::map is in the scope.

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