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Re: Caching of values and delayed sets


This does the trick you want of memorising previously computed results.

C:=(C=expression for evaluating C)

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Steve Luttrell
West Malvern, UK

"Nafod40" <may106 at psu.edu> wrote in message
news:b3pgdu$7hr$1 at smc.vnet.net...
> Hola Amigos,
>
> I have a variable A that depends via a delayed set on variables B1
> through B1000 that each depend via delayed set on variable C and other
> a mixture of the other B's, which delayed set depends on some slow to
> calculate function C:= slow[ ]. If you explode out the tree view of A
> symbolically, the variable C might appear 5000 times in a messy
> acyclic dependency graph.
>
> How do I inject some smarts, so that, when asking for the value of A,
> I only evaluate C:=slow[ ] once, and cache it and use the cached value
> for every other time that I need C?
>




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