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> Someone wrote:
> >the accepted wisdom that premature optimization is evil?
> Here's what that accepted wisdom means: A well-structured program is an
> important prerequisite for optimizing dynamic evaluation, because it leaves
> you the flexibility to optimize precisely the things that a profiler tells
> you are the bottlenecks, and the resulting code is still maintainable.
And again. Maybe I should have made my post a couple of days ago?
I wonder whether there is an apothegm to be distilled from the fact that
resonses on the day I posted it got the joke, and responses on the following
Maybe "sero advenir semper deducet gravitas"? Where's Bacon when you need him?
Oh, lest I forget
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