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but in this instance he was wrong.

Really? I added this sub:

sub shuffleEm { ( shuffle 1 .. $range )[ 0 .. $uSize ]; }

To your benchmark:

cmpthese( -1, { grepGen => sub{ @grep = grepGen(); }, mapGen => sub{ @map = mapGen(); }, smartGen => sub{ @smart = smartGen(); }, shuffleEm=> sub{ @shuffled = shuffleEm() }, } );

And got these times:

C:\test>junk Rate grepGen mapGen smartGen shuffleEm grepGen 35.3/s -- -51% -97% -100% mapGen 72.6/s 106% -- -94% -100% smartGen 1250/s 3439% 1621% -- -95% shuffleEm 26859/s 75977% 36902% 2049% --

And that doesn't include the time and memory you waste building your pointless pool of 1M values.

But hey. It's your time you are wasting.


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In reply to Re^5: Curious find while comparing grep, map, and smart match... by BrowserUk
in thread Curious find while comparing grep, map, and smart match... by dbuckhal

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