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Tokyo Cabinet - Built-In Comparison Functions

Tokyo Cabinet’s 4 comparison functions (tccmplexical, tccmpint32, tccmpint64, tccmpdecimal) analyzed:

For most projects, the standard lexical sort works perfectly- but for those of us using Tokyo Cabinet to power another DBMS, or for use in tandem with other systems that rely on numerical ids, it might be worth it to write our own comparison functions.

As a side note, Tokyo Cabinet is using a B+tree implementation, which is something Redis is looking to add.

Original title and link: Tokyo Cabinet - Built-In Comparison Functions (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)