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Re: Re: Discover data patterns or Create data patterns?

  • From: "Andrew Welch" <andrew.j.welch@g...>
  • To: "Rick Jelliffe" <rjelliffe@a...>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2008 10:35:37 +0100

Re:  Re: Discover data patterns or Create data patterns?
2008/9/22 Rick Jelliffe <rjelliffe@a...>:
> Dimitre Novatchev wrote:
>>  A good example of a problem that can be completely eliminated: use a
>> Finger-Tree-based sequence for all sequences, then there is no need to
>> worry
>> to convert from one sequence type to another (of course, the items still
>> need to be of the same type). Not to mention the gains in efficiency.
> Do you have a feel for whether Java is powerful enough to implement finger
> trees in?

that's an odd question... what makes you think it wouldn't be?

is a language that can "implement finger trees" more powerful than one
that can't?

Andrew Welch
Kernow: http://kernowforsaxon.sf.net/

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