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On Apr 15, 2012, at 3:38 AM, Jonathan Schleifer <email@hidden> wrote:
> Am 13.04.2012 um 23:11 schrieb Preston Sumner:
>> Respectfully, this is brazen, especially without benchmarks. More effective to critique with known data rather than authoritative speculation.
> Why do you think that? You can analyze algorithms without implementing them and can do assertions about their performance. A bad algorithm can never perform well, no matter how well the implementation is. I suggest you read a book about data structures and algorithms, they explain analysis of algorithms.
> The case with objc_msgSend is even more critical, as even with a good algorithm, every single cycle counts. For every message you send, objc_msgSend is called. Every single instruction more is one instruction too much.
You haven't offered a complexity analysis either. Kyle has already indicated that in the vastly common case, objc_msgSend performance will not be impacted at all as the exact same code would run that runs today.
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