Name Description Size
dbmtest.pkg 34
lots.c use sequental numbers printed to strings to store lots and lots of entries in the database. Start with 100 entries, put them and then read them out. Then delete the first half and verify that all of the first half is gone and then verify that the second half is still there. Then add the first half back and verify again. Then delete the middle third and verify again. Then increase the size by 1000 and do the whole add delete thing again. The data for each object is the number string translated to hex and replicated a random number of times. The number of times that the data is replicated is the first int32 in the data. 13400
Makefile 886