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sadsa <[hidden email]>: Jan 03 07:52AM -0800

التعليم تبدأ اجراءات التسجيل الالكترونى للتعيين على وظيفة معلم بجميع المحافظات حتى 28 - 2 - 2018
 
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Cecil Westerhof <[hidden email]>: Jan 03 03:14PM +0100


> Both are now running for 44 hours. The first one has used 9 seconds
> CPU time and the second is still standing on zero. So that is a very
> significant difference.
 
They have been running for ...more
sadsa <[hidden email]>: Jan 03 06:11AM -0800

اجمل و احلى صور مساء الخير - اجمل و احلى صور صباح الخير - صور مساء وصباح الخير جديدة 2018
 
صور مساء وصباح الخير ...more
"Donal K. Fellows" <[hidden email]>: Jan 02 08:58PM

> Goes to show how much of a difference the braces make in math operations.
 
Yes. Without braces, the expression has to be recompiled each time
through, and there's really no way to be fast about ...more
Fred Blogd <[hidden email]>: Jan 02 01:01PM -0800

Hi SLKS
 
Try removing the secondary calls to expr, these aren't needed.
 
proc myexp {val} {
global explim
set sum 0.0
set fact 1.0
set x 1.0
 
for {set i 1} {$i < ...more
Brad Lanam <[hidden email]>: Jan 02 01:43PM -0800

On Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 12:58:41 PM UTC-8, Donal K. Fellows wrote:
> step as optional arguments (a more Tcl-ish way of doing things here)
> cuts the time down to 34.2s. Here's what that best ...more
[hidden email]: Jan 02 02:57PM -0800

On Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 4:01:17 PM UTC-5, Fred Blogd wrote:
> Hi SLKS
 
> Try removing the secondary calls to expr, these aren't needed.
 
Thanks, I realized this after I posted and made the ...more
[hidden email]: Jan 02 04:29PM -0800

On Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 3:58:41 PM UTC-5, Donal K. Fellows wrote:
 
> > Goes to show how much of a difference the braces make in math operations.
 
> Yes. Without braces, the expression has ...more
stefan <[hidden email]>: Jan 03 02:42AM -0800

> It's good to know the tcl team is aware and taking action.
 
Kind of lame reply, I am aware, but in Tcl, if you were after C's performance, then you would implement your computation in C and expose ...more
"Donal K. Fellows" <[hidden email]>: Jan 03 11:31AM

> It didn't seem to make much of a difference performance wise.
 
The secondary [expr] calls won't, provided the expressions themselves
are braced[*], as the bytecode sequence will be nearly ...more
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