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Re: pure function to generate a list of integrals


Thanks for your answer Bob.

I think your first solution results in a dramatic speed improvement 
because the integral can be done analytically.

For an integral which cannot (say oif you put Exp[-k Cos[x^3]] instead 
of k x) the second alternative proves faster.




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