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RAM access.

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I want to store a list in RAM and want to access it from different python modules. is there an option of storing the data in the RAM where you connect to memory and /or get back the address etc
Jul 31 '08 #1
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Seems we are searching for the same procedure.

I just posted this question on an other forum, perhaps we can join our energy

euh ... by the way....... did you find an answer already


JBal
Aug 15 '08 #2

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I am not overly familiar with python but I believe you should look for a method to share memory. I also believe that methods for sharing memory are kernel dependent (that means that it will change from OS to OS and possibly between different versions of the same OS).

Look up python+shared memory in google and you should be on your way to an answer. (I did the search but am not sure what will help you so you should take a look at the results yourself).

Edward
Aug 15 '08 #3

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