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Subject: Re: is the

Author: Robert Hyatt

Date: 16:01:31 07/26/98

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On July 26, 1998 at 17:42:50, Bruce Moreland wrote:

>On July 26, 1998 at 10:46:14, Komputer Korner wrote:
>>Two copies of the hash table must get loaded. One temporarily because whenever
>>you exceed 50% of the RAM (fritz 5 is an exception because they create a
>>separate process for the engine and hash table) every chess program thrashes
>>with swapping. After the swapping stops then you can continue.
>No.  This is just fundamentally not how things work.

I didn't understand the description either.  The "hash table" generally is
not something that is part of the executable file on disk.  I suspect that
everyone does exactly as I have always done and malloc() the thing after the
engine starts to execute...

>> As for WIN 98 the
>>problem is solved only if a new program is written  in inline blocks of code.
>>The problem will continue with all the old programs.
>What ??

that must have been a power failure.  :)  the words go together, but I don't
see any "meaning" in the sentence...  what does that mean?  "written in inline
blocks of code?"  Not a term I follow here...

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