sac2c doesn't like to WLF FOLD if argument is Boolean
|Created on||Oct 31, 2007 21:25|
|Resolved on||Aug 30, 2009 21:21|
slow.sac runs a bunch slower doing:
sum(toi(booleanvector)) than doing: sum(integervector) It does one WL for toi() and one WL for the fold. This explains why some APL benchmarks run like dirt. Doesn't explain why others do, though...
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