Memory is the working space used for storing the data and performing calculations while SHAZAM is executing. The size of the data set and complexity of the calculations is limited by the amount of memory that SHAZAM has available.
The memory allocation can be found on the SHAZAM output file. A listing similar to the following will typically appear near the top of the SHAZAM output file.
Hello/Bonjour/Aloha/Howdy/G Day/Kia Ora/Konnichiwa/Buenos Dias/Nee Hau/Ciao Welcome to SHAZAM - Version 10.0 - JUL 2004 SYSTEM=LINUX PAR= 781
The above message contains some important information. It displays
the version of SHAZAM and the release date. The
If the memory allocation is exhausted then calculations cannot continue
and an error message will be printed on the SHAZAM output file. The
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