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    Re: IF-free conception.

    Razzle, 1st of the all, Thanks for your reply. Frankly, Epoch of readable codes was passed by: we have a lot of ways to speed-up our codes thanks to modern hardware, but high-level programming has no...
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    Re: IF-free conception.

    i'm back, my Friends :D here (http://alg0z.blogspot.ru/2014/07/fastsortfsort-no-if-vs-qsort.html) is very nutty-freaky, but fast code. i'd like to see benchmarks on your hardware. ;) Thanks a lot in...
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    Re: IF-free conception.

    Hi, Dave. here we got really comic situation: at C-level, it's if-free code, but compilers provide horrible amount of conditional jumps in the Asm output. :eek: in short, i see only solution: to...
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    Re: IF-free conception.

    D_Drmmr, code in the blog cannot be compiled because pointers must be casted to integers, then sum of addresses is casted back to pointer. actually, it's all done in the source. But(!) i used trick...
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    Re: Find sequence Term For set of Numbers

    it fully depends upon what operations you permitted to use. Just arithmetic ones???
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    Re: Very simple recursive algorithm

    something like that?


    void cntZeros(int *a, int len, int *cnt, int* index){
    if(a[index]==0) *cnt++;
    index++;
    if(*index<len)cntZeros(a, len, cnt, index);
    return;
    }
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    IF-free conception.

    Good Time to all, Amici(Friends).

    Here, i'd like to discuss how to reduce conditional branches in the code. 1st of the all, i would like to share some tricks. Their description is here :)...
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