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What are some of the hard limits of …

What are some of the hard limits of kdb I should know about? View Post

Is q a purely functional language?

Is q a purely functional language? View Post

Is function overloading supported in q?

Is function overloading supported in q? View Post

Why can’t I use exec on partitioned …

Why can’t I use exec on partitioned tables? View Post

What’s the difference between kdb, kdb+, k, …

What’s the difference between kdb, kdb+, k, k4 and q? View Post

What does error output ‘nyi mean?

What does error output ‘nyi mean? View Post

I know kdb is a in-memory database. my …

I know kdb is a in-memory database.  my dataset is over two terabytes in size. However my RAM is limited to 32GB.  How will this work? View Post

Can q script be compiled down to native …

Can q script be compiled down to native code? View Post

Is polymorphism supported in q?

Is polymorphism supported in q? View Post

How can I glue two tables side by …

How can I glue two tables side by side? View Post

How do I sort?

How do I sort? View Post

What happens if I duplicate a partition name …

What happens if I duplicate a partition name across multiple segments? View Post

Is there a free trial version of kdb …

Is there a free trial version of kdb available for download? View Post

I’m used to sprinkling print statements to …

I’m used to sprinkling print statements to debug my code.  How can I do the same in q? View Post

How do I debug code in kdb?

How do I debug code in kdb? View Post

What data structures does q provide out of …

What data structures does q provide out of the box? View Post

Does q pass-by-value or pass-by-reference?

Does q pass-by-value or pass-by-reference? View Post

Is it possible to hold partitioned table and …

Is it possible to hold partitioned table and unpartitioned table named the same on a single kdb process? View Post


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