[Toybox] Toybox bc's transcendental and irrational functions produce incorrect results, memory leaks and exhibit brute force algorithmic complexity.

Ivo van Poorten ivopvp at gmail.com
Tue Aug 28 11:25:45 PDT 2018

On Tue, 28 Aug 2018 00:35:38 -0500 Sasha Toltec
<sashatoltec1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> naive algorithm 
> The only time subtractive chunking is used is by school children.
> You (both?) seem to have no idea how to force errors out of a badly
> scaled irrational function so I supplied an example (though judging
> from the first example I gave, you (both?) will just lie/boast and say
> this one works on your system too!):
> It is very hard to produce test results from such a badly made
> library, as it has actually taken my computer offline twice now (by
> overusing memory and other strange bugs), but I will give it another
> go:
> This command takes 25 seconds using your math (if you want to call it
> that), but only .01 seconds using a correct implementation:
> sordid history. [...] and then badly reimplemented.
> Please just fix your fix your "implementation" (if one can really call
> it that) and stop wasting everyone's time.

*Slow clap* nice way to express yourself and expect people to help you

If out-of-memory causes your whole system to crash, you have other

Also, really good publicity for your "company"

> Toltec Enterprises


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