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    keyed data queues vs user indexes.

    I liked them for a while, saving page at a time subfile changes......if falls apart really fast when you want to scroll backwards thru a keyed dataq... Ron

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    keyed data queues vs user indexes.

    In the past I always used user indexes for sorting data and data queues for communication. I just noticed though, that data queues can be keyed. So can't I use a keyed data queue instead of user indexes? The API's for data queue's tend to be a bit simplier to use then the User Index API's but I would rather be aware of any differences taht could impact my decision.

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    keyed data queues vs user indexes.

    Short answer - User Indexes are faster than data queues...
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