strchr.com commentshttp://www.strchr.comPerfectionistic and minimalistic programming.1440Sandis on Using DAWG for predictive text inputTue, 16 Jul 2019 12:59:17 +0700http://www.strchr.com/dawg_predictive#comment_774<p>&quot;I'm very embarrassed that I cannot understand how branching in git works&quot; - you are not alone, my friend :D</p> Peter Kankowski on x86 Machine Code StatisticsSun, 16 Jun 2019 20:15:05 +0700http://www.strchr.com/x86_machine_code_statistics#comment_773Hi Ali, unfortunately, this article is about x86 only. My experience with ARM is limited.Ali on x86 Machine Code StatisticsSat, 15 Jun 2019 22:52:23 +0700http://www.strchr.com/x86_machine_code_statistics#comment_772<p>Hi</p> <p></p> <p> Do you have these statistics for ARM processors?</p> Peter Kankowski on Hash functions: An empirical comparisonWed, 06 Feb 2019 04:05:48 +0700http://www.strchr.com/hash_functions#comment_771<p>Thanks, I will test your function.</p> Leonid Yuriev on Hash functions: An empirical comparisonTue, 05 Feb 2019 22:23:24 +0700http://www.strchr.com/hash_functions#comment_770<p>It seems t1ha superior to all of the above functions, both in speed and in quality.</p> <p>Of course it could be used with Folly' F14 hash table.</p> <p><a href="https://github.com/PositiveTechnologies/t1ha" rel=nofollow>https://github.com/PositiveTechnologies/t1ha</a></p> <p></p>