On Tue, 2002-08-06 at 12:00, Bill Kelly wrote:
> # (ruby 1.6.6 (2001-12-26) [i586-mswin32])
> # dblack   (1000 iterations) 19.188 (0.019188 per iter)  [failed test]
> # transami (1000 iterations) 20.469 (0.020469 per iter)  [failed test]
> # dnaseby  (1000 iterations) 61.609 (0.061609 per iter)
> # george   (10 iterations)   40.638 (4.0638 per iter)
> # avi      (10 iterations)   68.238 (6.8238 per iter)
> # bwk      (10 iterations)   78.503 (7.8503 per iter)

bill can you tell where mine is failing? it passes david's tests plus
the one avi's missed --which your test dosn't seem to catch. would like
to fix mine though if there's a bug.

these times are very interesting though. how did david's gain so much
speed? on smaller probs it was the slowest. very interesting. just goes
to show...

~transami