It is the year 2020: why should I use / learn D?
b2.temp at gmx.com
Wed Nov 14 17:47:10 UTC 2018
On Wednesday, 14 November 2018 at 16:09:32 UTC, Eugene Wissner
> No, it wasn't the reason. Some algorithms cannot be implemented
> with ranges as efficient as with iterators.
> "In other words, by converting the is_word_boundary from
> iterators to D-style ranges, the algorithm goes from O(1) to
> O(N). From this we draw the following conclusion: D’s choice of
> algorithmic basis operations is inherently less efficient than
> C++ iterators are more flexible.
You meant D ?
> I think of things like rotate and bringToFront ...
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