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Wednesday February 08, 2006
11:56 AM

Parrot -Ofun

[ #28623 ]

Heureka - from the -Ofun department

Or - running the ackermann function (and possibly other recursive functions) really fast.

$ time ./parrot -Oc -C ack.pir 11
Ack(3, 11) = 16381

real 0m0.567s
user 0m0.559s
sys 0m0.008s

$ time ./ack 11
Ack(3,11): 16381

real 0m0.980s
user 0m0.978s
sys 0m0.002s

The latter is optimized C code. Parrot is recompiling (or will do when that's finished) statically known and simple PIR code to native machine code via it's JIT system.

See also a recent post on perl6-internals.

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  • It's been a while since I've programmed in Assembly, and it's been an itch that I've wanted to scratch lately. That's really cool that the benchmarks turned around a result faster than optimized C. Good stuff!