Solve a Debate

castironpi at gmail.com castironpi at gmail.com
Mon Feb 18 03:19:19 CET 2008


> What shall there be missing? breaks? You noticed, that I defined
> some artificial architecture on purpose. "days_in_month 12:"
> tells it, that the next 12 blurps are tabular data, that can be
> indexed. If the "interpreter" hits the line "days_in_month 12:"
> it will unconditionally jump 12 instructions forward, where it
> hits the assign instruction, which assignes a value from a table
> by an index given into a variable. We're not talking about
> Python here.
>
> I introduced this "architecture" just to showcase that even in
> the most "optimal" situation, where special RISC operations are
> avaliable a LUT is still better suited.

Month lengths are tabular, as opposed to formulaic.



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