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efficient hierarchical structure (in terms of memory utilization)

shlomy bentulilah
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Joined: Oct 25, 2007
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I'm looking for an idea to realize a highly efficient hierarchical structure (in terms of memory)
The structure should support XPATH style queries

Important for me to note that XML tested and found very heavy.

Thanks.
 
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