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But wait till my next version comes out 3.00

I'm sure version 3.00 of you will be better. I mean, 1.0 doesn't seem to amount to much, so you can't help but improve. Out of interest, do you kill older versions of yourself, or do you box them up in the cellar? Can't have them running around speaking for you after all.

I would shoot you befor letting you speak for me

Phew, glad I didn't do that then...
SFLEX: I'm making my code run superduperfast, look at me whee, what a wizard I am, you all suck coz you benchmark and understand benchmarks, while I'm making the SUPERFAST...

Shit, now I've gone and done it, I've spoken for you and you'll shoot me. Oy, I'm scared now. But wait, I was speaking for version SFLEX 1.0, so maybe that's all right? SFLEX 3.0 will be much faster and wiser, so maybe he'll forgive me?

Or maybe I should lure SFLEX 1.0 through 3.0 into the cellar so they can shoot each other!

Update: Thanks for posting the benchmark results, that is soo impressive, I am in awe of your manliness...oh, but wait, I ran a benchmark myself and see what comes out:
Benchmark: running SFLEX1.0,SFLEX3.0 for at least 1 CSU (common sense unit) seconds...
SFLEX1.0: 1 wallsmash forehead ( 1.06 dumb + 0.00 wise = 1.06 CSU) @ 4242/s
SFLEX3.0: 2 wallsmash forehead (1.56 dumb + 0.00 wise = 1.56 CSU) @ 666/s

Seems you have some serious regressions in 3.0, and possibly a diabolically originated intelligence-reduction problem. Better get back to coding again.

In reply to Re^5: Bench this BBcode by IBlowGoatsSucker
in thread Bench this BBcode by SFLEX

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