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Peephole optimizations on code that could be optimized with better structure, e.g. linear searches implemented in inline assembly when a binary search in plain C/C++/Java/C# would be appropriate (and faster).

Either the person is missing some fundamental concepts, or has no sense of priorities. The latter is much more worrying.

Peephole optimizations on code that could be optimized with better structure, e.g. linear searches implemented in inline assembly when a binary search in plain C/C++/Java/C# would be appropriate (and faster).

Either the person is missing some fundamental concepts, or has no sense of priorities.

Peephole optimizations on code that could be optimized with better structure, e.g. linear searches implemented in inline assembly when a binary search in plain C/C++/Java/C# would be appropriate (and faster).

Either the person is missing some fundamental concepts, or has no sense of priorities. The latter is much more worrying.

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Peephole optimizations on code that could be optimized with better structure, e.g. linear searches implemented in inline assembly when a binary search in plain C/C++/Java/C# would be appropriate (and faster).

Either the person is missing some fundamental concepts, or has no sense of priorities.

Peephole optimizations on code that could be optimized with better structure, e.g. linear searches implemented in inline assembly when a binary search in plain C/C++/Java/C# would be appropriate (and faster).

Peephole optimizations on code that could be optimized with better structure, e.g. linear searches implemented in inline assembly when a binary search in plain C/C++/Java/C# would be appropriate (and faster).

Either the person is missing some fundamental concepts, or has no sense of priorities.

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Peephole optimizations on code that could be optimized with better structure, e.g. linear searches implemented in inline assembly when a binary search in plain C/C++/Java/C# would be appropriate (and faster).

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