shootout - nsieve-bits benchmark
Mon Apr 24 11:13:39 CEST 2006
> 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?
For most uses (i.e., when the array is big enough) the
binary is stored off-heap, so for practical purposes the
answer is "yes". But this has not been our concern in
uses so far.
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