[futurebasic] Re: A non-corruptable benchmark

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From: lcs@...
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 04:08:20 +0100 (MET)

Dear Jay,

 > anyone who cares to look at the code can plainly 
 > see that no processing 
 > is done until the menu item is 
 > chosen and the timer started. 

And conversely nobody 
can distinguish the current demo
from a cheap fake using a less good 
algorithm  *unless* he 
examines and understand. the code.

FB^3 deserves demos so well designed that
that the virtues of FB¬3 really kick but
in a way that convinces every observer
who merely has a binary.

Why you are irritated escapes me.  
I have said that your silver bullet algorithm
needs a better gun to prove its worth.
You reply that I am insulting your silver bullet.
In fact I am at worst insulting the gun.