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Questions related to improving application performance, this can be range from selection software architecture to selection of algorithms.

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Your second version looks like an attempt at expanding a for loop, but unfortunately it's entirely inaccurate. The outcome is that it is about as far from "the exact same result" as could be. It sort …
answered Mar 21 '16 by Lightness Races in Orbit
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Nested loops are expensive when they both iterate over independent data in a "criss-cross" fashion, because they may represent a O(n^2) algorithm that can be made more efficient. You may think of such …
answered Mar 14 '16 by Lightness Races in Orbit
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any noticeable performance effect in your case but because it's an unnecessary mess that you have to remember to clean up at the end. You can still use pointers without the dynamic allocation: Socket …
answered Feb 25 '16 by Lightness Races in Orbit