《Game》Count to 1000

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  1. Ragnok123

    Ragnok123 Spider Jockey

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    Just counting to 1000. Let's go?))
     
  2. Ragnok123

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  3. Sandertv

    Sandertv Skeleton Poggit Reviewer

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    Okay this is waaaay 2 edgy for me :p
     
  4. Thunder33345

    Thunder33345 Moderator Staff Member

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    okay 3 even tho this kind of bumping thread is boring then the last attempt i will take it!
     
  5. AnkitM252

    AnkitM252 Spider Jockey

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    This post id should be 4 but its 5
     
  6. SOFe

    SOFe Administrator Staff Member PMMP Team Poggit Admin

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    I spent less than 6 10-seconds to finish this.
    Now let's start counting backwards!
     
  7. Sandertv

    Sandertv Skeleton Poggit Reviewer

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    Omg that's not cool :p Now we have to start at 1001.
     
  8. Thunder33345

    Thunder33345 Moderator Staff Member

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    kilo?
    reference to kg? since 1000g = 1 kg?
    oh yeah i could write a script that counts from 1002 to the infinity and beyond since there no limits
     
  9. Primus

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    Is it event correct to say "to the infinity"? Infinity is not a number so $i can not be infinity as null won't ever be boolean. "and beyond" is false statement. Whenever referencing the positive infinity, the plus sign is always trailing because the infinity is abstract concept of something without bounds.
     
  10. xBeastMode

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    Who doesn't like the C++ speed? :cool:
    Code:
    #include <iostream>
    
    int main(){
       for(unsigned j = 0; j <= 1000; ++j){
          std::cout << j << std::endl;
       }
       std::cout << "While you count a second I already finished :p" << std::endl;
       return 0;
    }
     
  11. SOFe

    SOFe Administrator Staff Member PMMP Team Poggit Admin

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    It is faster on PHP using `php -r`.
    Code:
    php -r 'for($i=11;$i<1001;$i++) echo $i,PHP_EOL;' | clip # Windows clipboard command
     
  12. xBeastMode

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    That didn't answer my question...
     
  13. SOFe

    SOFe Administrator Staff Member PMMP Team Poggit Admin

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    What question?

    Since you are only generating the data once, coding speed is much more important than the application's performance.
     
  14. xBeastMode

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  15. xBeastMode

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    What the... the interpreter is faster than it's parent?
     
  16. SOFe

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    I don't like the speed of typign the commands to compile C++.
     
  17. xBeastMode

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    Oh, I forgot about that, I was talking about the running speed not the compilation speed.
     
  18. SOFe

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    Considering the time required to code the program + the time required to compile the program + the total time that the program spends to run before its last copy gets deleted, or before Homo sapiens becomes extinct, PHP < C++.

    In a macroscopic view for humanity, PHP is more beneficial to humans!
     
  19. xBeastMode

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    That's what I thought, boi!
     
  20. archie426

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    Ugh, this thread turned into code. BORING. Just joking, xD
     

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