Re: Guidelines on declarations for speed?
Is there a general guide on how to fix all the little nits that pop up
when you put
(declare (optimize speed))
in your code?
Read this post and its surrounding thread:
It contains pointers to some papers you should read.
Very interesting. I was about to post questions in the same area, but
they are solved by the article about the fannkuch algorithm. I deal
mostly with integer stuff, not floating points.
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