Subject: Re: [boost] [xpressive] Performance Tuning?
From: Michael Caisse (boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-07-14 00:22:39
> I find this quite interesting. I wonder if I might have the time
> tonight to make a Spirit2.1 version of this, the code would certainly
> be a great deal shorter.
> Just to make sure, from what I gathered looking at the code, you are
> trying to parse out a number from an ascii string that could
> potentially be an integer (64-bit, just digits, always base 10), a
> double (digits as the integer, then a period, then more digits parsed
> as the integer, OR a whole integer, then a space(s), followed by an
> int then a / then an int), it looks like that a real number can have a
> 'g' after it, but what is a g? I know what e's means, but g? I am
> also confused, it seems your types support int64 as well as double,
> but you only ever return an int64, why not a variant of both? Should
> I do this for Spirit2.1? Spirit2.1 naturally wants to use such things
> anyway so it is actually easier for me to do so, and the user would
> have a more accurate value too as they would get either an int64 or a
> double depending on what it parsed, I could also add in other
> representations like a struct of two int64's for a
> numerator/denominator as well for best accuracy. What would you
I have considered doing this myself on and off. I'm still learning
Spirit 2.1 and if you were to throw this together it would be a great
example of approaching the problem three different ways.
I am looking forward to seeing your effort.
Best Regards -
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