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reply Wyverex <wyverex.cypher gmail.com> writes:
What benefit is there in using pure?  Messed around with it on some 
simple functions and there is no difference reported by the profiler..

So why use pure, and when should we use it?
Aug 20 2008
parent reply BCS <ao pathlink.com> writes:
Reply to wyverex,

 What benefit is there in using pure?  Messed around with it on some
 simple functions and there is no difference reported by the profiler..
 
 So why use pure,

I don't
 and when should we use it?

After it gets implemented (IIRC)
Aug 20 2008
parent reply Wyverex <wyverex.cypher gmail.com> writes:
BCS wrote:
 Reply to wyverex,
 
 What benefit is there in using pure?  Messed around with it on some
 simple functions and there is no difference reported by the profiler..

 So why use pure,

I don't
 and when should we use it?

After it gets implemented (IIRC)

Blah..
Aug 20 2008
parent JAnderson <ask me.com> writes:
Wyverex wrote:
 BCS wrote:
 Reply to wyverex,

 What benefit is there in using pure?  Messed around with it on some
 simple functions and there is no difference reported by the profiler..

 So why use pure,

I don't
 and when should we use it?

After it gets implemented (IIRC)

Blah..

I think the reason its there is so people can start using it in there code and they won't have backwoods compatibility issues when it is actually implemented.
Aug 20 2008