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Eric Hodel (drbrain / segment7.net) wrote:

> This is because of the use of Numeric#step.  The implementation is
> flawed.

Never mind, I am smoking crack.

The real problem appears to be iteration in general.

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Eric Hodel (drbrain / segment7.net) wrote:

> This is because of the use of Numeric#step.  The implementation is
> flawed.

Never mind, I am smoking crack.

The real problem appears to be iteration in general.

--=20
Eric Hodel - drbrain / segment7.net - http://segment7.net
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