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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jul, 2005 11:55 am 
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16 Bytes?! :o you rule so much :worship:

But wasn't you the one saying:
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I don't think I'll participate in anything like that. I prefer working slowly, on long-term projects, because it's much easier to distribute over my sporadic free time.


hehe *hides*

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CoBB is completely in league of his own. Those 2 bytes prove it.
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I thought this was good motivation, at least a good way to get CoBB into making a tiny sorting routine. :lol:

I request another competition to reclaim some of my honour. :P

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This only took some minutes. The former contests would require orders of magnitude more. And Jim, the speed contest is still open for you. Actually, I wouldn't consider the size contest finished either.

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These kinda of things aren't my expertise, I only knew of a couple of sorting methods. So making a faster sorter than you or anyone else is unlikely. Smaller was my best chance, but those two bytes are laughing in my face. :oops:

You honestly think someone can go smaller than 14 instuctions. If you can, you have a loyal minion right here man. :worship:

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I did now. :lol: Trivial optimisations are the hardest to notice apparently... I can still imagine someone doing better though.

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Damm you!!! That was so obvious How could I not see that!!!

Oh well.....

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Well, why don't you stop bowing? I never liked formality. :P

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How do we test the speed of the routines? I am rather bad in that sort of stuff... isn't their a cycle counter or something :P

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Yes, there is on Pentium CPUs. :P Stopwatch, naturally. Well, in this case you could do it with a custom interrupt routine, since it doesn't affect the relative speeds.

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Yes, there is on Pentium CPUs. :P Stopwatch, naturally. Well, in this case you could do it with a custom interrupt routine, since it doesn't affect the relative speeds.
you do say it like it is something easy to write :P

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Well it's hard to test speed since some routines will vary in speed depending on the size of the array.

BTW: Jim e what is the name of your sorting algorithm.

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The performance issue isn't really a problem, kv83 should have some methods to measure by now :)


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The name, it's suppose to be sorter, the algorithm no clue. I should have done more research, can't doubt the memory efficiancy of stupid sort now. I guess i should try for speed. Do the same rulez still apply?

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Is your algo also a stupid sort? I saw CoBB made one.

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can i make one in basic? Without using the list sort functions of course.

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