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|Gcc, Lcc, and 2c firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael John Haertel) (1993-01-07)|
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|From:||email@example.com (Dale R. Worley)|
|Organization:||MIT Dept. of Tetrapilotomy, Cambridge, MA, USA|
|Date:||Wed, 6 Jan 1993 04:03:14 GMT|
|Keywords:||optimize, question, comment|
How important is generated code quality these days? There are a lot of
good optimization techniques that seem to be adequate for ordinary
programming. But they still are at least 10% or 20% worse than the ideal.
Is there much of a market for another 10% in speed of generated code?
Dale Worley Dept. of Math., MIT firstname.lastname@example.org
[A few days ago we saw a report about the Tartan Ada compiler which is
supposed to produce better DSP code than humans do. -John]
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