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- Subject: [mg14444] Re: memory
- From: "Dale Horton" <daleh>
- Date: Wed, 21 Oct 1998 03:32:40 -0400
- Organization: Wolfram Research, Inc.
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In Windows, memory management is handled by the OS.
When manipulating large expressions, it may help to suppress the output
with a semicolon.
Many expressions take much more memory to display in the front end than
to hold in the kernel.
Tatyana Polenova wrote in message <6vf4c4$den at smc.vnet.net>...
>I am running Mathematica 3.0.1 on a PC (Windows 95). Is it possible to
>allocate additional memory for the front end and the kernel? How can I
>Another question I would like to ask has to do with large files. I have
>a huge data file (text) whose entries I would like to read and use as
>input to a program. The file is 100 Mb large. Usually I use the
>ReadList command. It appears that the file is too large for the front
>end to be handled. Do you have any suggestions as to what would be the
>most efficient way to handle huge files like that?
>thank you very much for your help
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