$10K coding deathmatch

Steve smorrey at gmail.com
Fri Nov 3 11:00:50 MST 2006


Ok what would that look like as one line of perl?

On 11/3/06, Matthew Walker <rorith at kydance.net> wrote:
> This will generate a random input file for you:
>
> <?php
>
> $lines = mt_rand(10,100);
>
> for ($i = 0; $i < $lines; $i++) {
>         $entries = mt_rand(10,100);
>         for ($j = 0; $j < $entries; $j++) {
>                 if ($j > 0) {
>                         echo " ";
>                 }
>                 echo mt_rand(-100, 100);
>         }
>         echo "\n";
> }
>
> ?>
>
> Run that and pipe the output to a file. Enjoy. :)
>
> On Fri, November 3, 2006 10:43 am, Andy Bradford wrote:
> > Thus said Paul Seamons on Fri, 03 Nov 2006 08:27:09 MST:
> >
> >> In this  example with only five  elements, there just isn't  that much
> >> CPU being used to actually do the processing.
> >
> > Even though in my last test I increased the data sample, the actual data
> > is just  the same  test multiplied  by 100.  The best  test would  be to
> > varied data throughout the whole file. Anyone have such a sample set?
> >
> > Andy
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