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Subject: Re: significant math

Author: Dan Andersson

Date: 13:52:11 11/20/02

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>Why does this matter?  The point is that a bitmap program and a non-bitmap
>program
>are playing with equal skill.  If you want to take the position that one of the
>programmers
>is very good and the other is very bad, that's ok.  I know my programming skill.
> I can't
>speak for anybody else.  So that leaves us at "yace is poorly written and Crafty
>is well-written
>so the comparison is invalid."
>
>I don't buy that...
>
You don't have to. And I can only conclude that your sometimes overactive
imagination made you think that. And that has nothing whatsoever to do with the
issues discussed. The issue IMO is would any one of the programs would benefit
from a different data representation. And what will happen on a 64 bit machine.
Not some veak claim of: Since these two programs are of similar strength. I
therefore conlude I am right. Weak logic. Handvaving and apples and oranges is
what I read. Not that I believe that you are wrong. But the fact is that you
make a claim and when you are asked to back it up. You resort to very shaky
lines of reasoning.

MvH Dan Andersson



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