I will appreciate any help on the following.
Please reply to lotbook@telus.net as well.
I am trying to program something that use huge integer matrices,
say 100x1500. I can do it in Unix pascal, but the Unix machines are slow.
I also have borland pascal 7.0, but all I could there is matrices with about
65,000 entries, which is much less than I need.
Is there any way to extend the memory allowance in turbo pascal?
Is there any version of Pascal for PC such that I can deal with matrices in the same way I can do it in Unix Pascal?
Thanks,
Sveta
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I will appreciate any help on the following.
Please reply to lotbook@telus.net as well.
I am trying to program something that use huge integer matrices,
say 100x1500. I can do it in Unix pascal, but the Unix machines are slow.
I also have borland pascal 7.0, but all I could there is matrices with about
65,000 entries, which is much less than I need.
Is there any way to extend the memory allowance in turbo pascal?
Is there any version of Pascal for PC such that I can deal with matrices in the same way I can do it in Unix Pascal?
Thanks,
Sveta
You might try Free Pascal.
geoclock
type
i1500 = array[1..1500] of integer;
var
iarray: array[1..100] of ^i1500;
for j:=1 to 100 do new(iarray[j]);
access [j,k] with iarray[j]^[k]
I will appreciate any help on the following.
Please reply to lotbook@telus.net as well.
I am trying to program something that use huge integer matrices,
say 100x1500. I can do it in Unix pascal, but the Unix machines are slow.
I also have borland pascal 7.0, but all I could there is matrices with about
65,000 entries, which is much less than I need.
Is there any way to extend the memory allowance in turbo pascal?
Is there any version of Pascal for PC such that I can deal with matrices in the same way I can do it in Unix Pascal?
Thanks,
Sveta