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A Lite-Memory Dictionary

, 10 Mar 2007
An article on the implementation of a dictionary where everything is kept in the disk as a B-Tree.

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Dileepa Jayathilaka
Web Developer
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
I am a Sri Lankan Software Engineer with 3 years experience in software development. I have a C background and have experience in MFC. Iam very much interested in AI especially Natural Language Processing. I have had done some research in Sinhala which is my native language.
In my spare time I use to read novels and politics.

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