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/me benchmarks agian with his in there as a matter of pride.

C:\Perl\test>substr_bench.pl -N=1000 -LENGTH=2 Rate BH2 BH1 MN Eric L~R Buk BH2 3.37/s -- -20% -53% -70% -78% -87% BH1 4.21/s 25% -- -42% -62% -72% -84% MN 7.22/s 114% 71% -- -35% -52% -73% Eric 11.1/s 231% 164% 54% -- -26% -58% L~R 15.1/s 347% 258% 109% 35% -- -44% Buk 26.7/s 694% 534% 270% 140% 77% -- ---- BH2 => 14 L~R => 12 Eric => 14 Buk => 14 BH1 => 14 MN => 14 C:\Perl\test>substr_bench.pl -N=1000 -LENGTH=3 Rate BH1 MN BH2 Eric L~R Buk BH1 3.88/s -- -23% -39% -46% -73% -80% MN 5.05/s 30% -- -21% -30% -65% -74% BH2 6.40/s 65% 27% -- -11% -56% -67% Eric 7.21/s 86% 43% 13% -- -50% -63% L~R 14.4/s 272% 185% 125% 100% -- -26% Buk 19.4/s 400% 284% 203% 169% 35% -- ---- BH2 => 9 L~R => 9 Eric => 9 Buk => 9 BH1 => 9 MN => 9 C:\Perl\test>substr_bench.pl -N=1000 -LENGTH=4 Rate BH1 MN Eric BH2 L~R Buk BH1 3.56/s -- -19% -43% -57% -74% -79% MN 4.39/s 23% -- -30% -47% -68% -74% Eric 6.22/s 75% 42% -- -25% -54% -63% BH2 8.35/s 135% 90% 34% -- -38% -51% L~R 13.5/s 281% 209% 118% 62% -- -20% Buk 16.9/s 375% 285% 171% 102% 25% -- ---- BH2 => 4 L~R => 4 Eric => 4 Buk => 4 BH1 => 4 MN => 4 C:\Perl\test>substr_bench.pl -N=1000 -LENGTH=5 Rate BH1 MN Eric BH2 L~R Buk BH1 3.82/s -- -14% -34% -59% -72% -78% MN 4.44/s 16% -- -24% -52% -67% -74% Eric 5.82/s 52% 31% -- -37% -57% -66% BH2 9.27/s 143% 109% 59% -- -32% -46% L~R 13.6/s 255% 205% 133% 46% -- -21% Buk 17.1/s 348% 285% 194% 85% 26% -- ---- BH2 => 0 L~R => 0 Eric => 0 Buk => 0 BH1 => 0 MN => 0 C:\Perl\test>substr_bench.pl -N=1000 -LENGTH=6 (warning: too few iterations for a reliable count) Rate BH1 MN Eric BH2 L~R Buk BH1 3.56/s -- -21% -38% -64% -73% -80% MN 4.50/s 27% -- -21% -54% -66% -74% Eric 5.73/s 61% 27% -- -42% -57% -67% BH2 9.84/s 177% 119% 72% -- -25% -43% L~R 13.2/s 271% 193% 130% 34% -- -24% Buk 17.4/s 389% 286% 203% 77% 32% -- ---- BH2 => 1 L~R => 1 Eric => 1 Buk => 1 BH1 => 1 MN => 1

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Eric Hodges

In reply to Re^3: Challenge: Fast Common Substrings by eric256
in thread Challenge: Fast Common Substrings by Limbic~Region

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