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The hash structure has a key that is associated with each data item. What is meant by "indexed access"? The book says indexed access is slow. Could you draw the data structure of it so I could see how the indexing is working?
 
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Good question! I also would like to see how to utilize "hash" in codes --- if anyone wants to help. Thanks.
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Originally posted by Charlie Swanson:
The hash structure has a key that is associated with each data item. What is meant by "indexed access"? The book says indexed access is slow. Could you draw the data structure of it so I could see how the indexing is working?


 
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