[m-users.] Performance of solutions module
c4cypher at gmail.com
Sat Nov 3 06:04:15 AEDT 2018
>If you can construct a list of solutions directly, that will usually be
>than using solutions/2, since the latter has nontrivial overhead. Whether
>it will be *measurably* faster depends on what fraction of the program's
>overall runtime this task takes, and on whether your direct method
>for construction of solutions requires a post-pass to sort the solutions,
>or to eliminate duplicates (two tasks that solutions/2 does for you,
>and which form part of its overheads).
Building on Zoltan Somogyi's suggestion to construct your own list instead
of relying on solutions/2, if you want to get an idea of how to do that,
you can look on how the solutions library implements its calls by looking
in the library folder of the Mercury source code (The Mercury Lang github
repository is very useful for this).
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