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Re^7: getting rid of costly special featuresby BrowserUk (Pope)
|on Feb 18, 2013 at 13:41 UTC||Need Help??|
Man, you really don;t think things through do you.
A configurable pragma won't speed numerical increment up, it'll slow it down. It's just one extra test that will need to be performed every time.
And it won't help a JS port, unless the JS port will only run code that disables all the things that come from having transparent type conversion.
That includes things like 2**32 (or 2**64) + 1 becoming an NV; and 0+'12' doing the right thing. And at that point; it ain't Perl.
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