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Re: Optimizing into the Weird Zone

by zentara (Archbishop)
on Aug 12, 2003 at 16:27 UTC ( #283251=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Optimizing into the Weird Zone

Speaking of the weird zone, some of you may be interested in High-Level-Assembly. It is quite easy to understand and can output nasm code, which can be used with Inline::Assembly. There is a nice book there too, called Art of Assembly, for free. HLA

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[Corion]: Cosmic37: Ah, see perlfaq4, about How do I compute the intersection of two arrays
[Cosmic37]: I am out of practice; I use Perl for scientific programming for number crunching
[Corion]: Cosmic37: Basically, you read one file into a hash, keyed by your key, and then match the lines from the second file to that hash
[Cosmic37]: note that the two files only have datetimes which may match whereas other data per line is different format in file1 and file2 - is that really intersection?
[jedikaiti]: Hi Monks
[Corion]: Cosmic37: Well, if you want to use only parts of a line for the key, see split or whatever other mechanism to extract the key from the line
[Corion]: Hi jedikaiti!
[Cosmic37]: is there a webpage for full CB for this chat rather than side panel chat?
[Cosmic37]: thank you for advice
[Cosmic37]: peach greets jedi

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