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    SubjectRe: [RFC][PATCH] Faster generic_fls
    On Fri, May 02, 2003 at 01:27:16AM +0200, Thomas Schlichter wrote:

    > So for me the table version seems to be the slowest one. The BSRL instruction
    > on the K6-III seems to be very slow, too. The tree and my shift version are
    > faster than the original version here...
    >
    > That someone else can test my fls_shift version I'll provide it here again:

    That's interesting Thomasr. I get 18.4 s on the Athlon here vs 32.3 for Daniel's
    (I have broken my function at the moment so I cannot re-bench it right now, but
    it should be near Daniel's). At first, I thought you had coded an FFS instead of
    an FLS. But I realized it's valid, and is fast because one half of the numbers
    tested will not even take one iteration.

    Regards,
    Willy

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