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RE: Re: Writing big files with Mathematica
This is a separate issue, but there is an elegant workaround for your problem. It is true that reading binary files is slow in Mathematica, but there is a MathLink package called FastBinaryFiles which completely duplicates the functionality of the Utilities`BinaryFiles` package, but does it orders of magnitude faster. This package is reference number 0206-783 on MathSource. You will need at least Mathematica 2.2.2 for Windows to run this; if you have 2.2.1 for Windows, you need to upgrade. John Fultz Wolfram Research, Inc. ---------- >From: Bjoern Grothkast[SMTP:grot at marie.physik.tu-berlin.de] >To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net >Subject: [mg2499] Re: Writing big files with Mathematica : : Hello Tanguy, unfortunately I can't help you with your problem. All I can say is that I had a similar problem with M. for Windows 2.2: I tried to read a file of about 128 kB byte by byte. Mathematica read only about 40 kB and stopped then without complaining. I realized it only because I wanted to process the data further and about 88 kB of them where missing. Greetings, Bjoern ------------------=3D=3D=3D=3D### legal notice ###=3D=3D=3D=3D-----------= --------------------- Microsoft Network is prohibited from redistributing this work in any form= , in whole or in part. License to distribute this post is available to Micros= oft for $499. Posting without permission constitutes an agreement to these t= erms.