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Re: std::pow implementation


Steven Bosscher <s.bosscher@student.tudelft.nl> writes:

| > |  What I've shown is that the compiler can take a hint.
| > 
| > No, you've shown that on a branch development, the compiler appears to
| > give "inline" its obvious meaning.
| 
| BS.  The trunk does exactly the same thing, it's still the same tree
| inliner.  You should have tried it before you made this absurd
| statement.

The point you seem to be missing is that whether a function is inlined
depends on the context of use -- not just on its intrinsinc complexity.
That is what is absurd.  Not the mere statement of that fact.

-- Gaby


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