shootout - nsieve-bits benchmark
Mon Apr 24 10:22:10 CEST 2006
--- Kostis Sagonas <kostis@REDACTED> wrote:
> > Has the time finally come for destructively
> > terms, then? :-)
> No, nothing as drastic as that. It is just that
> HiPE has an
> interface for arrays of bytes (implemented using
> and arrays of immediates -- e.g. fixnums.
Well, that seems handy (esp. in a compiler). The array
update function seemed to be destructive though?
So I guess my question is: do these arrays behave like
ets tables or like terms? For example, what happens if
array A is sent from P to Q, then updated in P -- will
Q see the update?
My approximation would be: If A is "ets-like" then
yes, if A is "term-like" then no.
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