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Hi, few questions
12.01.11 at 16:47:45
 
I have this assignment on hand which requires to be built in c.    
It is a kind of schedule that we have to keep and maintain for the whole year of our labs and training, and placement office.    
According to my calculation it will have round about 35000 records.    
Which data structure should I use?
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Re: Hi, few questions
Reply #1 - 14.01.11 at 08:22:43
 
Hi,
 
In c and in the old days you would design a hierarchical data structure, a linked list, to hold all the data. However this is what makes SQL databases convenient to use especially when dealing with 35000 records. I would suggest you design a table structure in a SQL database.  
 
Good luck!
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