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On 01/09/2006, at 6:24 PM, Ruotger Skupin wrote:
It may, because NSArray is a class cluster, which means it is actually just a facade for a whole family of different classes. If your array is very large, Cocoa will actually store it in a memory-mapped file. This happens automatically behind the scenes. So it is possible that NSArray could help your memory problem.
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