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Since C is not an object oriented language, creating a derived hash table requires sticking together some boilerplate routines with a few differences specific to the type of hash table you want to create.
An example of a derived hash table is the linker hash table.
The structures for this are defined in
functions are in
You may also derive a hash table from an already derived hash table. For example, the a.out linker backend code uses a hash table derived from the linker hash table.
188.8.131.52 Define the derived structures 184.108.40.206 Write the derived creation routine 220.127.116.11 Write other derived routines
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