new std.variant (was Re: The Right Approach to Exceptions)
Juan Manuel Cabo
juanmanuel.cabo at gmail.com
Wed Feb 22 16:38:05 PST 2012
(And not talking about some cheesy insertion sort!!)
If you build an array once and for all, and all you want
is to do binary search on it later, it doesn't make sense to
allocate that big contiguous .data. I'd rather leave it
as an appender.
On Wednesday, 22 February 2012 at 23:22:35 UTC, Juan Manuel Cabo
>> No, because the array doesn't actually exist until appender
>> makes copy.
> Will one be able to use the sort!()() algorithm directly on
> your appender,
> that is, without accessing/creating the underlying array?
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