RE: Design as, one hopes, not premature optimization
> > > > I believe implementation is the last step of design, and > optimization > comes > > after that. > > > > There are two types of optimizations that can occur here. [snipping the good stuff...] I was being just _teensy_ bit tongue-in-cheek. Implementation is a kind of formal proof of a design. Once the holes in the original design are encountered in the implementation attempt and patched over, optimization is by then generally less important than shipping the @#!$ thing, so that gets done in the next release. Maybe it's just me...
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