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My fastest did 500 iterations of 1..10 in 0.23 seconds and 10 iterations of 1..35 in 3.72 seconds.

Why don't you post your code so we can benchmark against it in a meaningful comparison. Raw time numbers (like I posted above) mean nothing cause I could have written really bad code, but benchmarked it on a Cray....


In reply to RE: Generating a Pattern by lhoward
in thread Generating a Pattern by japhy

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