[PD] speed

IOhannes m zmölnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Fri Jan 11 12:30:49 CET 2019

On 1/11/19 12:09 PM, michael strohmann wrote:
> HI, 
> the attached patch demonstrates a speed issue, of which i am surprised to be an issue with modern computers.
> It seems that the fastest time to count from 0 to 30 is 310 ms. 

i don't see any counting in your patch.
[line] is for interpolation between numbers over time. if you want to
count, you should use [+].

> If I go faster some numbers are omitted. 
> (actually there are already some number drop outs, but 13 is still in - i was trying to detect CarriageReturns / ascii 13 in Serial communication)
> There is probably a formula that takes vector size into account to compute the max. speed i can rely on.
> Or maybe i there is a programming mistake?

could you post an example that doesn't require externals (no cyclone)?


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