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I have some news to share. It's possible for tybalt89's excellent optimization to run faster. ... The optimization was made to "Check dead cells".

I don't believe your optimization of tybalt89's original code is correct. At least, it does not pass my more rigorous tgol3.t test program, shown below.

Please test your solutions for correctness against this more thorough test (in addition to the original simple tgol.t blinker test).

# tgol3.t - Simple lidka test of Conway Game of Life Organism class use strict; use warnings; use Organism; use Test::More; my $nticks = 100; my $ntests = 3 + ( $nticks + 1) * 2; plan tests => $ntests; sub test_one { my $org = shift; # Organism handle my $desc = shift; # Test description my $nexpected = shift; # Expected cell count # my $expected = shift; # Array ref of (sorted) expected cells my @cells = $org->get_live_cells(); my $ncells = $org->count(); cmp_ok( $ncells, '==', $nexpected, "$desc cell count ($ncells)" ); cmp_ok( scalar(@cells), '==', $nexpected, "$desc cell array count" +); # is_deeply( \@cells, $expected, "$desc cell array" ); } # Test first 100 ticks from famous lidka methuselah # See: http://conwaylife.com/wiki/Lidka my @lidka_ticks = ( 13, # [ 0] initial count 15, # [ 1] 15, # [ 2] 19, # [ 3] 19, # [ 4] 23, # [ 5] 23, # [ 6] 32, # [ 7] 29, # [ 8] 47, # [ 9] 27, # [10] 32, # [11] 36, # [12] 42, # [13] 48, # [14] 48, # [15] 46, # [16] 60, # [17] 54, # [18] 56, # [19] 64, # [20] 86, # [21] 64, # [22] 74, # [23] 70, # [24] 68, # [25] 52, # [26] 58, # [27] 50, # [28] 44, # [29] 50, # [30] 54, # [31] 80, # [32] 50, # [33] 54, # [34] 56, # [35] 54, # [36] 62, # [37] 50, # [38] 58, # [39] 56, # [40] 70, # [41] 60, # [42] 48, # [43] 52, # [44] 56, # [45] 72, # [46] 70, # [47] 68, # [48] 78, # [49] 86, # [50] 82, # [51] 93, # [52] 98, # [53] 94, # [54] 110, # [55] 87, # [56] 95, # [57] 79, # [58] 88, # [59] 80, # [60] 69, # [61] 76, # [62] 91, # [63] 89, # [64] 93, # [65] 112, # [66] 108, # [67] 140, # [68] 129, # [69] 157, # [70] 138, # [71] 147, # [72] 129, # [73] 111, # [74] 101, # [75] 105, # [76] 98, # [77] 117, # [78] 106, # [79] 114, # [80] 131, # [81] 124, # [82] 132, # [83] 118, # [84] 128, # [85] 133, # [86] 128, # [87] 140, # [88] 129, # [89] 126, # [90] 140, # [91] 147, # [92] 168, # [93] 163, # [94] 174, # [95] 164, # [96] 170, # [97] 152, # [98] 150, # [99] 144, # [100] ); # Lidka cells after 100 ticks my @lidka100 = ( [ -29, 2 ], # 1-10 [ -28, 1 ], [ -28, 2 ], [ -28, 3 ], [ -27, 0 ], [ -27, 4 ], [ -26, 0 ], [ -26, 1 ], [ -26, 4 ], [ -26, 5 ], [ -25, 3 ], # 10-20 [ -25, 4 ], [ -24, 2 ], [ -24, 3 ], [ -23, 1 ], [ -23, 2 ], [ -22, 0 ], [ -21, 0 ], [ -21, 1 ], [ -17, -2 ], [ -17, -1 ], # 20-30 [ -16, -2 ], [ -16, -1 ], [ -12, 8 ], [ -11, 9 ], [ -11, 10 ], [ -11, 16 ], [ -11, 17 ], [ -10, 8 ], [ -10, 9 ], [ -10, 10 ], # 30-40 [ -10, 15 ], [ -10, 16 ], [ -10, 18 ], [ -10, 19 ], [ -9, 18 ], [ -9, 19 ], [ -8, 13 ], [ -8, 18 ], [ -8, 19 ], [ -7, 12 ], # 40-50 [ -6, -19 ], [ -6, -18 ], [ -6, 16 ], [ -6, 17 ], [ -5, -19 ], [ -5, -17 ], [ -5, 12 ], [ -5, 16 ], [ -5, 17 ], [ -4, -19 ], # 50-60 [ -4, 13 ], [ -4, 14 ], [ -4, 15 ], [ -4, 16 ], [ -4, 18 ], [ -3, 14 ], [ -3, 15 ], [ -3, 18 ], [ -2, 17 ], [ -2, 18 ], # 60-70 [ -1, -13 ], [ -1, 6 ], [ 0, -14 ], [ 0, -13 ], [ 0, -12 ], [ 0, 5 ], [ 0, 6 ], [ 0, 7 ], [ 1, -15 ], [ 1, -14 ], # 70-80 [ 1, -12 ], [ 1, 6 ], [ 1, 9 ], [ 1, 10 ], [ 2, -22 ], [ 2, -15 ], [ 2, 3 ], [ 2, 6 ], [ 3, -22 ], [ 3, -16 ], # 80-90 [ 3, 2 ], [ 3, 3 ], [ 3, 4 ], [ 3, 5 ], [ 3, 9 ], [ 4, -22 ], [ 4, -17 ], [ 4, -16 ], [ 4, -15 ], [ 4, -12 ], # 90-100 [ 4, -11 ], [ 4, 3 ], [ 4, 8 ], [ 5, -16 ], [ 5, -14 ], [ 5, -12 ], [ 5, 7 ], [ 6, -16 ], [ 6, -15 ], [ 6, -14 ], # 100-110 [ 6, 4 ], [ 6, 6 ], [ 7, -15 ], [ 7, -14 ], [ 7, 4 ], [ 7, 12 ], [ 7, 13 ], [ 8, -14 ], [ 8, 12 ], [ 8, 13 ], # 110-120 [ 9, -14 ], [ 9, -13 ], [ 9, -4 ], [ 9, -2 ], [ 9, 10 ], [ 9, 11 ], [ 10, -5 ], [ 10, -1 ], [ 10, 10 ], [ 10, 11 ], # 120-130 [ 11, -1 ], [ 11, 0 ], [ 12, -7 ], [ 12, -1 ], [ 12, 0 ], [ 13, -8 ], [ 13, -7 ], [ 13, -3 ], [ 13, -2 ], [ 13, -1 ], # 130-140 [ 14, -8 ], [ 14, -3 ], [ 14, -2 ], [ 14, 1 ], [ 15, -7 ], [ 15, -6 ], [ 15, -5 ], [ 15, -1 ], [ 15, 0 ], [ 15, 1 ], # 140-144 [ 16, -7 ], [ 16, -6 ], [ 16, -5 ], ); my @slidka100 = sort { $a->[0] <=> $b->[0] || $a->[1] <=> $b->[1] } @l +idka100; # Lidka starting pattern my @lidka0 = ( [ -3, -7 ], [ -4, -6 ], [ -2, -6 ], [ -3, -5 ], [ 4, 3 ], [ 2, 4 ], [ 4, 4 ], [ 1, 5 ], [ 2, 5 ], [ 4, 5 ], [ 0, 7 ], [ 1, 7 ], [ 2, 7 ], ); my @slidka0 = sort { $a->[0] <=> $b->[0] || $a->[1] <=> $b->[1] } @lid +ka0; # Initial cell array my $org = Organism->new(); $org->insert_cells(@lidka0); { my @cells = $org->get_live_cells(); is_deeply( \@cells, \@slidka0, "lidka initial cell array" ); test_one( $org, "lidka 0", $lidka_ticks[0] ); } # Test first 100 ticks for my $i ( 1 .. $nticks ) { $org->tick(); test_one( $org, "lidka $i", $lidka_ticks[$i] ); } # Final cell array { my @cells = $org->get_live_cells(); cmp_ok( scalar(@cells), '==', $lidka_ticks[100], "lidka final array + count" ); is_deeply( \@cells, \@slidka100, "lidka final cell array" ); }


In reply to Re^19: High Performance Game of Life (updated - results) by eyepopslikeamosquito
in thread High Performance Game of Life by eyepopslikeamosquito

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