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Heron-Centric: Ruminations of a Language Designer
High Performance Dynamic Typing in C++
by Christopher Diggins
August 8, 2005
Summary
Inspired by Kevlin Henney's boost::any variant type I have written a high performance alternative called cdiggins::any.

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I've come up with what so far appears to be a a very robust and extremely fast alternative to boost::any. My preliminary tests have shown a speed up of 40x under certain circumstances.

I have published my code along with a brief article at here at CodeProject.com.

I wrote this type so that I could have top performance in dynamically typed code produced by the Heron to C++ translator I am writing. Hopefully others will find it useful as well.

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Christopher Diggins is a software developer and freelance writer. Christopher loves programming, but is eternally frustrated by the shortcomings of modern programming languages. As would any reasonable person in his shoes, he decided to quit his day job to write his own ( www.heron-language.com ). Christopher is the co-author of the C++ Cookbook from O'Reilly. Christopher can be reached through his home page at www.cdiggins.com.

This weblog entry is Copyright © 2005 Christopher Diggins. All rights reserved.

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