I have written *.h5 file using C++ HDF5 library. After that, I want to
perform some queries on *.h5 file which will give me particular row from a
I have written a code which will traverse all rows and compare with each
and every row and at the end, it gives me the result.
But this approach is *sequential *search and it is generating *performance*
Here I am looking for random data fetching from *.h5.
Is there any better technique? and How should I apply better technique?
H5 File Format:-
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Here what I want is access second row directly without traversing?
Just like HashMap, which does in 0(1) time
Sample code is very helpful here.