From: Joel de Guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-12-19 23:01:38
Gennadiy Rozental wrote:
> One of my original points was that for the tasks relatd to the output
> operation variant based solution will be as fast. And my test did show that.
>> You obviously prefer variant, which is perfectly ok.
> I am not sure where I gave this impression.
"So my concluding is ... If I keep the values in vectors of
variant anyway I obviously prefer variant based version."...
> Though I must admit that I
> personally don't have tasks at the moment where I would apply fusion given
> the choice. But this thread actually gave me some ideas where these facility
> should be considered.
>> As you
>> say, actual decision will depend on other factors than performance.
>> I actually agree with you on that. I myself use containers of
>> variants too. In some uses, it is the perfect choice.
> Great. Look like now we in agreement. ;)
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