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Re^15: High Performance Game of Life (updated)by marioroy (Priest)
|on Aug 15, 2017 at 02:12 UTC||Need Help??|
Update: Found the reason why cperl is failing with 64-bit, described below.
Perl is passing with 32 and 64 bits. Regarding cperl, it is passing 32 bits ($half = 16), but not 64 bits ($half = 32).
The reason cperl is failing on 64-bit hw ($half = 32) is due to numbers converting to exponential notation.
Running $half = 30 resolves the issue. If you want, $half may be set programmatically.