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Multiple Inline declaration vs Reuse of variables
Multiple Inline declaration vs Reuse of variables
this will help Having a procedure with alot of blocks of nested for-loops ex. one block could look like this , Go with the inline. It's tidier and the compiler should optimize it.
TAG : performance
Date : November 15 2020, 03:01 PM , By : user204828
Scala: call by name and call by value performance
Scala: call by name and call by value performance
hope this fix your issue First, I'll say that micro optimizations questions are usually tricky to answer for their lack of context. Additionally, this question has nothing to do with call by name or call by value, as non of your examples are call by
TAG : performance
Date : November 10 2020, 03:01 PM , By : Jonathan Ho
"Fast" way to measure code execution time
"Fast" way to measure code execution time
this will help system_clock is likely significantly cheaper than cpu_time, and has much better precision. For GFortran on Linux, I vaguely recall I once tested by calling it in a loop, and system_clock took on the order of 50 ns per call.
TAG : performance
Date : October 14 2020, 02:21 PM , By : jqbeginner
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