Thomas A. Russ <email@example.com> wrote:
| verec <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
| > On 2006-08-12 20:33:51 +0100, email@example.com said:
| > > 1. Note that the call to TIME also tells you that your function was
| > > interpreted, not compiled.
| > CL-USER 58 > (compile 'pi/2-opt)
| > ;;;*** Warning in PI/2-OPT: The definition of PI/2-OPT is already compiled.
| > PI/2-OPT
| > ((PI/2-OPT #<STYLE-WARNING 100B2BDF>))
| > NIL
| > It already was compiled :-(
| The function PI/2-OPT may have been compiled, but what you tested with
| TIME was the following:
| (time (dotimes (i 10000) (pi/2-opt)))
| and the DOTIMES loop is interpreted, not compiled.
Interesting. In CMUCL, TIME always compiles the form to be timed:
cmu> (time (dotimes (i 100000000)))
; Compiling LAMBDA NIL:
; Compiling Top-Level Form:
; Evaluation took:
; 0.11f0 seconds of real time
; 0.11f0 seconds of user run time
; 0.0f0 seconds of system run time
; 200,529,433 CPU cycles
; 0 page faults and
; 0 bytes consed.
Rob Warnock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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