tg at gmplib.org
Fri Mar 9 11:12:00 CET 2012
"Chris Osborne" <chris.osborne at gmx.com> writes:
All of my numbers are in the class mpz and I am only using mpz
functions with them (so precision is not counted). As I use very few
functions, i could possibly just extract the source code for the
functions I need from gmplib and compile tem directly inside my
program. Would I stand to gain anything from this?
Yes and no.
"Yes" because I am sure you can put together a faster program.
"No" because I don't think mere inlining will gain much.
If your numbers < 2^64, forget GMP and use 'long' on a 64-bit machine
(unless you're stuck with M$ systems where 'long' is always 32 bits).
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