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How can I speed up SQL queries in Mathematica?
I have an application that queries a MySQL database many times for data. At the moment, Mathematica and MySQL are running on the same box and yet it takes over 1.6 seconds for the query to run and ...
Jan 26 '12 at 21:54
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