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Write file to a memory.

 



synfin
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Jan 6, 2005, 12:32 PM

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Write file to a memory. Can't Post

Is it possible to write/read file to/from a memory ?

I am writing a program that generates a "script code" that is going to be fed to a program (inside my perl script with help of 'system( )')
Since this file has to be written/read ~2-3K times, writing temp file to a disk is not an option since it's going to slow down the system.

If it's possible, can someone give example on how to do it ?
I am completely lost, can not find anywhere how to do it.

Thank You.

 
 


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