But even if it doesn't, I'd still use the approach that's most [email protected] As I recall it, I computed the timestamp in the two suggested solutions 1M times each, and calculated the average runtime.
I ran it in Firefox and Chrome, with get Time being faster in both browsers.
Dividing by 1000 as above is the easiest solution to this.
Here I will discuss 1000 random questions that you can ask people on Ask FM.
Noting the bitwise approach you provided, it seems like it'd be a trivial thing for a compiler to optimize, given all the much trickier optimizations they've already pulled off.
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