eric / badtux.org (Eric Lee Green) writes:

> Uhm. Nobody has answered this question. Let's look:
> 
> 64mb of string data
> 12mb of string length data (since strings have a length)
> 12mb of hash data
> 12mb of hash pointer data
> 
> We're still at only 100 megabytes of data here. Even if Ruby overhead
> was 15%, that'd be only 150 megabytes of data. 

<nitpick mode>
ehm. that should probably be 115 megabytes of data.
</nitpick mode>

kind regards
frank

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