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Ieronim,
I have finished benchmarking the routines. I didn't include any from this thread or this one but you are welcome to. I did not penalize any routine for processing the dictionary. Additionally, if there were a number of small variations for a routine, I only included the fastest.
Rate limbic__2 solo____1 limbic__3 limbic__4 ieronim_1 lim +bic__1 limbic__2 6.48/s -- -45% -62% -90% -95% + -96% solo____1 11.8/s 82% -- -31% -82% -92% + -92% limbic__3 17.3/s 166% 46% -- -74% -88% + -89% limbic__4 67.5/s 941% 471% 291% -- -53% + -55% ieronim_1 143/s 2104% 1109% 728% 112% -- + -5% limbic__1 150/s 2218% 1171% 771% 123% 5% + --
Please note that the winner is just my re-write of Ieronim's code with a few extra bells and whistles. Since the benchmark is extremely long, I have put it in spoiler tags as well as readmore tags: Update (2006-07-03): These benchmarks do not reflect the realization I made concerning when to test if a path connection has been made that I noted elsewhere in this thread.

Cheers - L~R


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