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From: Olaf van der Spek (olafvdspek_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-21 17:57:56

Just wondering, why don't you use reply (or, why do you use a new
subject (no re prefix)?

On 3/21/07, Sam Schetterer <samthecppman_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Well, when you timed the code, ou used std::clock. Howver, I have found that
> on windows, using std::time is much more accurate than clock and gives more
> reliable results. Also, I acknowledge that radixsort and radixquicksort
> might be slower than std::sort in some cass, but they are generally easier
> for the user to implement. Also, have you downloaded the multikey quicksort
> code yet? it is like radix quicksort but can be used for arrays of arrays of
> any type, so writing complicated and slower comparison functions are not
> needed for the sort to be used. For example, if you wanted to sort arrays of
> arrays of integers, especially if many of them are in a small range, then to
> write an operator<, you would have to include a for loop to compare the
> elements. However, multikey quicksort dows not need any complicated
> comparison function, so it will work really well.
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