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This Comparison of programming languages (associative arrays) compares the features of associative array data structures or array-lookup processing for over 40 computer programming languages. Wikipedia

  • This comparison of programming languages (array) compares the features of array data structures or matrix processing for over 48 various computer programming languages. The following list contains syntax examples of how to determine the dimensions (index of the first element, the last element or the size in elements). Wikipedia

  • This comparison of programming languages (strings) compares the features of string data structures or text-string processing for over 52 various computer programming languages. Different languages use different symbols for the concatenation operator. Wikipedia

  • Judy array

    Data structure implementing a type of associative array with high performance and low memory usage. Unlike most other key-value stores, Judy arrays use no hashing, leverage compression on their keys (which may be integers or strings), and can efficiently represent sparse data, that is, they may have large ranges of unassigned indices without greatly increasing memory usage or processing time. Wikipedia

  • Hash table

    Data structure that implements an associative array abstract data type, a structure that can map keys to values. Index, also called a hash code, into an array of buckets or slots, from which the desired value can be found. Wikipedia

  • Operation for concatenating linked lists or arrays in some high-level programming languages. originates in the Lisp programming language. Wikipedia

  • This comparison of programming languages compares the features of language syntax (format) for over 50 computer programming languages. Programming language expressions can be broadly classified into four syntax structures: Wikipedia

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