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Re: Intense integer benchmark for interpreters (and a few compilers) Anybody have a home-grown compiler/interpreter they'd like to bench?  Anybody have a home-grown compiler/interpreter they'd like to bench?
Ed Davis
Apr 16
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Re: Intense integer benchmark for interpreters (and a few compilers) Yes, I found that to be very interesting. I plan to download C# and vb.net, to compare their times against Java.     From: Hugo Rozas Mory
Ed Davis
Apr 16
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Re: Intense integer benchmark for interpreters (and a few compilers) Java looks very fast, Interesting... ... From: Ed Davis To: QDepartment@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday, April 12, 2014 9:40 AM Subject: [QDepartment] Intense
Hugo Rozas Mory
Apr 15
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Re: Intense integer benchmark for interpreters (and a few compilers) Very cool.   http://sites.google.com/site/rickclark58/ Rick Clark ________________________________ From: Ed Davis To:
Richard Clark
Apr 12
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Intense integer benchmark for interpreters (and a few compilers) Here is the code in C for an ASCII Mandelbrot, using integers only.     #include     int main() {       int left_edge, right_edge,
Ed Davis
Apr 12
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Re: tiny/small BASIC interpreter sources, in various languages This interpreter is the worst of all i have ever see... avoid this in big turn.
aurel.zlatko
Apr 3
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Re: Web based Turbo Pascal compiler in Javascript That is very cool. Turbo was a classic, and was one of my favorites back in the day.
rickclark58@sbcglobal.net
Feb 12
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Web based Turbo Pascal compiler in Javascript A guy has written a Turbo Pascal compiler in Javascript: http://www.teamten.com/lawrence/projects/turbo_pascal_compiler/ He has several interesting Turbo
Ed Davis
Feb 12
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Re: (mainly) C-like interpreter speed comparison It is amazing that such simple changes result in large differences in time.   http://sites.google.com/site/rickclark58/ Rick Clark
Richard Clark
Dec 7, 2013
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Re: (mainly) C-like interpreter speed comparison A couple of updates: Lua and Ruby are _much_ faster if I make a couple of simple changes - no change in the actual algorithm (that would be cheating :-) ). My
Ed Davis
Dec 7, 2013
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Re: (mainly) C-like interpreter speed comparison Here is an update, with a few new interpreters added, along with URL's and comments for most interpreters. Goal:  test interpreter looping and integer
Ed Davis
Dec 5, 2013
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Re: (mainly) C-like interpreter speed comparison What gets my attention is that the popular scripting language LUA is 110 times slower than the C version. (Allthough I believe there is a Jit Lua, but probably
Hugo Rozas Mory
Dec 4, 2013
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Re: (mainly) C-like interpreter speed comparison Interesting information. The overall lesson here, I think, is to make optimization the main focus of your interpreter after getting the needed functionality.
Richard Clark
Dec 3, 2013
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(mainly) C-like interpreter speed comparison I enjoy fiddling with simple interpreters (e.g., ones I can understand).  I was curious as to how fast some of them were, so I came up with a simple integer
Ed Davis
Dec 2, 2013
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Re: tiny/small BASIC interpreter sources, in various languages Hi Richard - Yes thanks - i have visited that link, it is the authors site where you can download the latest version, thats where i got it from. In the
trumos
Oct 4, 2013
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Re: tiny/small BASIC interpreter sources, in various languages I found this: http://www.moria.de/~michael/bas/ I think this is what you are looking for.   http://sites.google.com/site/rickclark58/ Rick Clark
Richard Clark
Sep 29, 2013
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Re: tiny/small BASIC interpreter sources, in various languages Hi, Yes i am interested in BAS by Michael Haardt, i cannot find much information on it on the web, although it seems a mature and well used language. (i did
trumos
Sep 29, 2013
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BAS Interpreter by Michael Haardt Hi, I have been trying to find some information on the BAS BASIC interpreter written by Michael Haardt. Does anyone here know of any links i might have? Anyone
trumos
Sep 27, 2013
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NetLogo I was reading through Artificial Intelligence û Agent Behaviour (http://bookboon.com/en/artificial-intelligence-agent-behaviour-i-ebook) and the author
Richard Clark
Sep 26, 2013
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Re: Nand to Tetris I am expecting book to be delivered today before heading down to the site for the accompany resources. There are many editions of the book. The one I am having
sanyaade
Jul 26, 2013
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Re: Nand to Tetris Let me know what you think. I am not going to order the book until the end of the month. Did you get the course materials from the website? I am curious as to
Richard Clark
Jul 24, 2013
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Re: Nand to Tetris I have just ordered the book on eBay for £20.11 including free postage and will arrived by Friday. Amazon not accepting Paypal payment method. God blesses!!!
sanyaade
Jul 24, 2013
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Re: Nand to Tetris Wow!, what a beautiful course about the subject. ... From: Richard Clark To: QDepartment@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 8:54 AM Subject:
Hugo Rozas Mory
Jul 24, 2013
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Nand to Tetris This looks quite interesting: http://www.nand2tetris.org/ From reading over the site, you build a complete virtual computer, including the programming
Richard Clark
Jul 23, 2013
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Re: tiny/small BASIC interpreter sources, in various languages Looks interesting. Thanks for the link.   http://sites.google.com/site/rickclark58/ Rick Clark [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Richard Clark
Jun 25, 2013
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tiny/small BASIC interpreter sources, in various languages I ran across this - pretty interesting - links to sources in various languages for BASIC interpreters.
Ed D
Jun 25, 2013
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Esoteric Languages This has probably been posted before, but it is very interesting so I thought I would mention it. The Esolangs page has an extensive list of those wacky
Richard Clark
May 4, 2013
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Re: A Little Update Hi Rick, Sorry to hear about the kids, I wish them a quick recovery. I am glad to hear that things are now turn round for the good side. Recession is so many
sanyaade
May 2, 2013
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A Little Update Hey folks, Gosh, it has been a long while. I have been a bit slack on keeping up with this group I'm afraid and I apologize for that. This past year, and this
Richard Clark
May 2, 2013
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Re: Anybody working on anything? Hi Ed, The ScriptBasic project has been active with an upcoming 2.2 release, DLLC FFI ext. mod. for Windows and examples of Peter W.'s games ported from
johnspikowski
Mar 19, 2013
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