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If there is a stack penalty, it is not terrible, as the routine get faster with large arrays:
use Benchmark qw(:all) ; my @a; push @a, int (rand(100)) foreach 1..2_000_000; my %unique; my (@awd1, @awd2, @awd3); cmpthese(5, { 'jc' => sub { foreach my $thingy (@a) { $unique{$thingy} = 1 +; } @awd1 = keys %unique; }, 'mk' => sub { @unique{ @a} = 1; @awd2 = keys %unique; }, 'ys' => sub { @unique{ @a} = (); @awd3 = keys %unique; }, });
yields
Benchmark: timing 5 iterations of jc, mk, ys... jc: 19 wallclock secs (16.75 usr + 0.35 sys = 17.10 CPU) @ 0 +.29/s (n=5) mk: 6 wallclock secs ( 6.00 usr + 0.01 sys = 6.01 CPU) @ 0 +.83/s (n=5) ys: 7 wallclock secs ( 6.00 usr + 0.00 sys = 6.00 CPU) @ 0 +.83/s (n=5) s/iter jc mk ys jc 3.42 -- -65% -65% mk 1.20 185% -- -0% ys 1.20 185% 0% --
The = () optimization does not seem to make much difference.

-Mark


In reply to Re: Re: Re: Find unique elements in an array by kvale
in thread Find unique elements in an array by jcpunk

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