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[REBOL] Re: Can I define an anti function?

From: maximo:meteorstudios at: 24-Feb-2004 12:46

Ladislav Wrote:
> >you could use my encompass function to create an anti function. > > > > > ..., but it wouldn't work for some cases. Have a look at > , which does > (essentially) the same thing ;-) and is optimized for speed > by Romano (I > recently found that some improvements can still be made - 67% > speed-up > and a correction for unevaluated argument passing)
hum... If I had a few spare hours, I'd dive in and do some serious checking, I really like this kind of analysis... but I really have no time currently, I have too much to do... thanks for letting me know (reminding me?) it exists... If I get into troubles, I'll surely check out your function to see how it solves specific issues my solution (might/surely) has. the only notable advantage that I can see emcompass having, is in its form, where its all packaged into one function with no dependencies, but you could easily repackage subfunc to do that too... so my point is rather moot ;-) I've never tried to make encompass go faster, since I wanted to code to be readable for novice/intermediate users. also notice that it is EXTREMELY documented... which possibly could make it easy to improve... alternatives are always nice :-) cheers! -MAx