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May 03, 2007, at 07:19 PM by 24.6.247.48 -
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Hex Fiend relies on a fast, memory efficient representation of the data each document displays.

The most fundamental class in the data representation is the ByteSlice, which represents a conceptually immutable sequence of bytes. ByteSlice is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteSlice, SharedMemoryByteSlice, and OpenedFileByteSlice.

A ByteSlice is often contained by one or more ByteArrayPieces. While a ByteSlice is merely a sequence of bytes, a ByteArrayPiece knows the offset of that sequence within the document. Multiple ByteArrayPieces can share a single ByteSlice. ByteArrayPiece is concrete and has no subclasses.

The most important class is ByteArray, which is the model in the MVC design. ByteArray is conceptually a mutable array of ByteArrayPieces, but also a mutable sequence of bytes. ByteArray is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteArray and TavlTreeByteArray. Each MyDocument contains a single ByteArray, which represents the data for the document.

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October 22, 2006, at 09:26 PM by 67.169.17.159 -
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Hex Fiend relies on a custom, fast, and memory efficient representation of the data each document displays.

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Hex Fiend relies on a fast, memory efficient representation of the data each document displays.

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The most important class is ByteArray, which is the model in the MVC design. ByteArray is conceptually a mutable sequence of bytes, and also a conceptual array of ByteArrayPieces. ByteArray is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteArray and TavlTreeByteArray. Each MyDocument contains a ByteArray, which represents the data for the document.

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The most important class is ByteArray, which is the model in the MVC design. ByteArray is conceptually a mutable array of ByteArrayPieces, but also a mutable sequence of bytes. ByteArray is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteArray and TavlTreeByteArray. Each MyDocument contains a single ByteArray, which represents the data for the document.

October 22, 2006, at 10:43 AM by 67.169.17.159 -
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Hex Fiend relies on a custom fast, memory efficient representation of the data each document displays.

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Hex Fiend relies on a custom, fast, and memory efficient representation of the data each document displays.

October 22, 2006, at 10:20 AM by 67.169.17.159 -
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The most important class is ByteArray, which is the model in the MVC design. ByteArray is conceptually a mutable sequence of bytes, and also an array of ByteArrayPieces. ByteArray is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteArray and TavlTreeByteArray. Each MyDocument contains a ByteArray, which represents the data for the document.

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The most important class is ByteArray, which is the model in the MVC design. ByteArray is conceptually a mutable sequence of bytes, and also a conceptual array of ByteArrayPieces. ByteArray is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteArray and TavlTreeByteArray. Each MyDocument contains a ByteArray, which represents the data for the document.

October 22, 2006, at 09:53 AM by 67.169.17.159 -
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The most fundamental class is the ByteSlice, which represents a conceptually immutable sequence of bytes. ByteSlice is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteSlice,

The most important class is ByteArray, which is the MVC model. ByteArray is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteArray and TavlTreeByteArray. Each MyDocument contains a ByteArray, which represents the data for the document.

A ByteArray is, conceptually, an array of ByteArrayPieces. A ByteArrayPiece

Also important is the ByteSlice, which represents an immutable sequence of bytes. A ByteArray is conceptually a sequence of

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The most fundamental class in the data representation is the ByteSlice, which represents a conceptually immutable sequence of bytes. ByteSlice is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteSlice, SharedMemoryByteSlice, and OpenedFileByteSlice.

A ByteSlice is often contained by one or more ByteArrayPieces. While a ByteSlice is merely a sequence of bytes, a ByteArrayPiece knows the offset of that sequence within the document. Multiple ByteArrayPieces can share a single ByteSlice. ByteArrayPiece is concrete and has no subclasses.

The most important class is ByteArray, which is the model in the MVC design. ByteArray is conceptually a mutable sequence of bytes, and also an array of ByteArrayPieces. ByteArray is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteArray and TavlTreeByteArray. Each MyDocument contains a ByteArray, which represents the data for the document.

October 22, 2006, at 09:36 AM by 67.169.17.159 -
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Hex Fiend relies on a custom fast, memory efficient representation of the data each document displays.

The most fundamental class is the ByteSlice, which represents a conceptually immutable sequence of bytes. ByteSlice is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteSlice,

The most important class is ByteArray, which is the MVC model. ByteArray is abstract, with concrete subclasses FullMemoryByteArray and TavlTreeByteArray. Each MyDocument contains a ByteArray, which represents the data for the document.

A ByteArray is, conceptually, an array of ByteArrayPieces. A ByteArrayPiece

Also important is the ByteSlice, which represents an immutable sequence of bytes. A ByteArray is conceptually a sequence of

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