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Is it possible to get use of a block of contiguous memory using JavaScript? - I'd like to use it for a project but it's efficiency-critical and I want access to a memory-addressable block. If I use a big array will an implementation create a contiguous block or just build an associative lookup table?

I have been told that in a web page people use the Flash plugin if it's available for this purpose - is this really true? In which case I guess the answer's "no"!


Aug 4 '06 #1
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I can't think of anything in javascript to allow you to do such a calculation but i don't everything about javascript. I was going to suggest something alittle more powerful for this such as java, or maybe activex -- sorry i can't help you further thought i would post since you got no other reply.
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