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Using TDictionary - Hash Tables in Delphi - About.com
Introduced in Delphi 2009, the TDictionary class, defined in Generics.Collections unit, represents a generic hash table type collection of key-value pairs.
Using And Understanding The TDictionary (Hash Table) Class In ...
Jul 13, 2012 ... in Delphi Generics :: Introduced in Delphi 2009, the TDictionary class, defined in Generics.Collections unit, represents a generic hash table ...
Tcl_CreateHashEntry - Linux Command - Unix Command
Hash tables grow gracefully as the number of entries increases, so that there are always less than three entries per hash bucket, on average. This allows for fast ...
Rainbow Tables: Your Password's Worst Nightmare
Enter the Rainbow Tables: Rainbow Tables are basically huge sets of precomputed tables filled with hash values that are pre-matched to possible plaintext ...
How to Create and Use Hashes in Ruby - About.com
Arrays are not the only way to manage collections of variables. Another type of collection of variables is the hash, also called an associative array. A hash is like  ...
List of Hash libraries for C Programmers - C / C++ / C - About.com
Developed by Troy D. Hanson, any C structure can be stored in a hash table using uthash. Just include #include "uthash.h" then add a UT_hash_handle to the ...
Beginning Perl Tutorial - Data Types: Hashes - About.com
Perl beginners hash tutorial - Learn to use the hash, or associative array in Perl. Page 3.
VB6 Collection, VBScript Dictionary, and VB.NET Hashtable
NET has vastly expanded and upgraded the way they work. In this mini-tutorial, we'll go over the idea of collections, dictionaries, and hashtables and then ...
Using each: Beginning Ruby Tutorial, Control Structures
Ruby each method tutorial - Control structures in Ruby, learn how to loop through an array or hash with each. Page 2.
hcreate_r - Linux Command - Unix Command
The three functions hcreate, hsearch, and hdestroy allow the user to create a hash table (only one at a time) which associates a key with any data. The three ...
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