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I don't think you can match the raw pull-from-file performance of something like TDMS (unfragmented, of course).   SQLite advantages is its high capability, and if you aren't using those advantages then then it will not compare well.  

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Sure. I did not expect the same speed, I was just hoping that I would still be able to do such a retrieval fast enough for it to still feel near instantaneous to the users. That would allow for it to be maybe 10x slower than the chunk-based binary file format.

Your library is the only one I have found that also runs on RT, and it is also, I see now, the fastest one, just 20x slower than my current solution. I might just need to adjust to that though, to enjoy the many other benefits 🙂

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