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Save and big arrays

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Save and big arrays
  • From: harrison at faraday.physics.utoronto.ca (David Harrison)
  • Date: Wed, 18 Nov 92 06:51:37 -0500

tfister at valhalla.cs.wright.edu (Tom Fister) writes:

>     table=Table[i,{i,256},{j,256}];
>     Save["test",table]
>
>         Now the table looks like 
>         table={{120120120...

Some more data on this:

1. The problem (also MMA 2.1 on an HP9000/750) goes away if we first:

      table1 = Table[i, {i,128},{j,128}];
      Save["test1", table1]
      table2 = Table[i, {i,256},j,256}];
      Save["test2", table2]

   Both "test1" and "test2" are correct now.

2. There is no problem with MMA 2.0 on a SPARC. (well, not this one anyhow!)

My 2.1/HP version is running the thin kernel.  I wonder what would happen
with the "fat" one?
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