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WB is a disk based, sorted associative array (B-tree) library for SCM. Using WB, large databases can be created and managed from SCM.

Rather than being implemented via hashing, WB uses B-trees, which are optimized for using the minimum number of disk operations. Functions are provided to:

  • create, destroy, open and close disk-files and associative arrays;
  • insert, delete, retrieve, find next, and find previous (with respect to dictionary order of keys);
  • apply functions, delete, or modify values over a range of consecutive key values.

WB is thread safe (so long as HAND structures are not shared between threads). The `put' and `rem' operations allow associations to be used for thread mutexs.


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released on 14 January 2015

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 28 September 2015.


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