optimization question

Bo M. Maryniuck b.maryniuk at forbis.lt
Mon Aug 12 18:17:03 CEST 2002

On Monday 12 August 2002 16:10, Andrew Koenig wrote:
> I'm working on a library that I hope will ultimately be used by data
> analysis to retrieve information from poorly specified input data
> sets, and I want to avoid passing performance surprises on to my users
> where I can.  Because I can't anticipate how they're going to use it,
> I can't be assured of constructing tests that will reveal such problems.

Before send to you this 'a in blah' I thought, that probably you working with 
binary data. But anyway here's something missed, maybe in whole design. I 
dunno: I just don't like this way: array[a:b] == c Maybe we should know more 
about what are you doing. For example, what is that "poorly specified input 
data" -- is it some binary data or plain/text or mixed or....?.. :/

Sincerely yours, Bogdan M. Maryniuck

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