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  1. I made some performance tests to get a rough indication of which data structure is most appropriate and when. For this, I measured the time needed for adding and reading out at different numbers of elements. These are the results (beware of the logarithmic scale for the axes): Especially the behavior of map is interesting: At small numbers of elements the map structure performs very well and scales quite linear with the number of elements. But then (here at 10,000 elements) there is some sort of cut and the results are getting bad. Scripting.dictionary also shows this behavior but only later a larger number of elements. Now for my question: I suspect, that the AutoIt-Map is internally implemented as hash-table and not with sorting trees. As far as I know the used hash-algorithm in a hash-table will reach the point where it start to produce a lot of collisions which leads to extra treatments. This would explain the showed behavior. But because there is a difference between AutoIt-Map, Scripting.Dictionary and System.Collections.HashTable i have to assume that these each use different hash algorithms. Does anybody know which exact hash algorithms are used internally for these? hashtable.au3 DataStructureComparison.zip
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