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Sean Michael Murphy4-Jul-07 18:36
Sean Michael Murphy4-Jul-07 18:36 
PIEBALDconsult wrote:
A) I don't think there's any need for including the NewLines.

B) Why step by one? Why not double methodCount after each successful compile?


Both excellent suggestions.

1) The NewLines was so I could preview the code during the initial stages of development. Same reason for the indents. I like even my autogenerated code to be neat and tidy. Smile | :)

2) Yup. Could have done a more efficient search, but was more interested in starting the app to get the result. By the time I had written the original and the slightly optimized version, I had spent 45 minutes and was getting tired of the exercise. And I thought that The Answer would actually be fairly low (thought it would probably be 256, 512 or 1024 max). I was surprised to see it climb over 2K, but kept expecting it to fail shortly.

It never did, so I published the snippet and the result and encouraged others to continue in the work.

The application was really intended as a starting point for figuring out the answer to this guys question. It was not a fully peer reviewed, optimized, documented, shrink-wrapped product, as you and others have adequately demonstrated by now...

Sean
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