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Set by lizmat on 24 May 2021.
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MasterDuke do we support any systems that don't have 128 bit integers? 16:09
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nine Huh....I didn't know 128 bit integers were a thing 16:16
I think at least with msvc you're out of luck 16:18
MasterDuke hm. i was looking at www.pcg-random.org/using-pcg-c.html and just saw this "The 64-bit scheme is only supported on platforms that support 128-bit integers (e.g., using GCC or Clang as the compiler on a 64-bit system)." 16:27
oh, but github.com/imneme/pcg-c#128-bit-math seems to suggest there's a way to get 64-bit output by combining two 32-bit generators 16:29
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MasterDuke nqp: my int $r; my int $i := 0; my int $s := nqp::time; $r := nqp::rand_i while $i++ < 100_000_000; say(nqp::div_n(nqp::time - $s, 1000000000e0)); say($r) 21:23
camelia 0.518222349
MasterDuke interesting. locally that's ~0.58s but drops to ~0.48s when i switch in xoshiro256++ instead of tinymt64 21:25