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Adam Mrówka



Joined: 04 Jul 2006
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has someone started writing a database engine?
Post 06 Jul 2006, 10:45
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Remy Vincent



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Adam Mrówka wrote:
has someone started writing a database engine?


Yes, but py pieces, and not yet in FASM at all !!

http://www.geocities.com/remyvincent/BinTree.zip
1. Somewhere in this package, parenthesis levels ARE HANDLED...
2. In the same package, Binary Tree are handled, but not with true evaluation...

http://www.geocities.com/remyvincent/9ParsersInAJS.zip
3. An SQL Parser SHOULD LOOK moreless like one of this 9 parsers (Pascal, C, Ada,QBasic,...)

4. I have somewhere (not downloadable) ".CSV" routines... may be CommaSeparated databases

So let's say the work is 15%~20% ADVANCED...., but in various languages, and not yet in FASM


And also, as it is big program, It would be nice from all of you if 3 or 4 teams would create their own "database engine" in FASM, and post the result here, so I would not be all alone... with this big project done by me alone... It's always hard to handle "big & proud" projects...
Post 08 Jul 2006, 00:20
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


Joined: 06 May 2005
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Location: Argentina
http://www.sqlite.org/opcode.html

SQLite already implements queries as opcodes (but the interface is normal SQL statements).

As Tomasz (or someone else Razz) proposed, maybe rewriting SQLite in ASM and making an interface to bypass the parser to send opcodes queries directly can be a good idea. More planification is needed though, because it could be great support object oriented databases too (which I think it's more interesting from the assembly point of view).
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