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 Which is Faster, List or SQL
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You can cut the database to pieces by the top-level domain name. So com, edu, gov, net, org, etc. goes to different tables.
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nilamo wrote:

Quote:This sounds a lot like the sort of problem a database is designed to solve.

and I wrote (early in this thread)


Quote:A database table has advantages if the data has to be modified, because
the data that you originally load remains stationary until modified, added to,
or deleted through SQL.

Perhaps this is where you should be headed.
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