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DavidP
10-28-2001, 09:34 PM
Using my compiler I am assembling a pyrohedrogonalenial mongolinian data joded application using the Windows API sequencing drivers and DLL handle rewinners. If I rearrange the pointers in the loaded foadlink and replace the starting pointer's data with a bool and then deleting the hydrochycleimia from the juntik box, I could speed up the defgon regs by 200 clock cycles, but it would not allow me to directly address the array indexes. but then if i took the foadlink and replaced it with a klocit, i could speed up the program by 100 clock cycles and still use direct addressing. what should i do?

*Michelle*
10-28-2001, 09:35 PM
Holy, what on earth are you talking about? :eek:

doubleanti
10-28-2001, 11:54 PM
jargon i tells ya! jargon!!! [insert rambling obscenities here...]

Fordy
10-29-2001, 03:35 AM
Using my compiler I am assembling a pyrohedrogonalenial mongolinian data joded application using the Windows API sequencing drivers and DLL handle rewinners. If I rearrange the pointers in the loaded foadlink and replace the starting pointer's data with a bool and then deleting the hydrochycleimia from the juntik box, I could speed up the defgon regs by 200 clock cycles, but it would not allow me to directly address the array indexes. but then if i took the foadlink and replaced it with a klocit, i could speed up the program by 100 clock cycles and still use direct addressing. what should i do?



Ctrl-Alt-Del.....

And upgrade to Windoze XP

Carlos
10-29-2001, 04:23 AM
Fordy, you're totally wrong.

If you delete the hydrochycleimia from the juntik box, this will flood your newtonian array with random monocyclic hypernostradamian space fragments, which is (theoratically proved) in contradiction with the megagalactical spheroid multiplex theory.

I'd rather optimize the juntik box, using the empyrical Boyle-Marion approach (bug-modelling using limited number of real bugs - for details see South Park).

Have fun (and mention my name in da source!).