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I guess there is sort of misunderstanding. You thought I was talking about the maximum number of file handlers the OS allowed, but I was not. This is not any sort of physical limitation or something. To me, it is not a good idea to create a list with potentially hugh unknown size, this is why this solution came in. You don't want to code for unknown, the unknown here is the resource used. An easy way to resolve this is to limit the array size.

I do take your comment positively, and you made a good point that, this number shall not be greater than the OS allowed maximum number. However I do not suggest to reach the maximum.

The OP has to find out a reasonable number by experimenting. I suggested to rank, because you want to reduce the number of open/close operation.

"If you can't answer that question then why suggest it?"

Just to be frank...It is quite okay for you rush to your assumption, which happened to be wrong in this case. Well, I do the same thing from time to time. But it was quite unneccessary for you to make comments that were not technical related. But never mind, no big deal ;-)

In reply to Re^3: Parse data into large number of output files. by pg
in thread Parse data into large number of output files. by Rhys

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