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From: Dowie, Martin \(SELEX\) \(UK\) (martin.dowie_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-30 07:24:32


I just tested this out last night and it already achieves this (on
reasonably modern compilers ;-) but you may have to switch from "Debug"
mode to "Release" mode, i.e. switch on optimizations.

That was with VC++2005.

-- Martin

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