One advantage of using a database should be greater stability partly due to
less ram getting used up. There might be other things like greater control,
multi-user (maybe, but i'm not certain), maybe smaller file-size.
Vic20 had 16kb of "memory". I had a ZX81 and eventually got a 16Kb extension
pack that plugged into the back of it. It kept making the machine crash.
Accepted wisdom at the time was roughly the same as the cure for a wobbly
table. We put a book under the computer and let the expansion pack hang
loosely off the back. Magically no more crashes. Well, not so many.
Yes, have a good weekend and don't worry about not replying until Monday or
whenever. The thread stays here.
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