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Author mark.dickinson
Recipients PedanticHacker, Stefan Pochmann, mark.dickinson, mcognetta, pablogsal, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka, tim.peters
Date 2021-12-20.10:56:21
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> we can get faster code by using a small (3Kb) table of factorial logarithms

The problem here is that C gives no guarantees about accuracy of either log2 or exp2, so we'd be playing a guessing game about how far we can go before the calculation becomes unsafe (in the sense of the `round` operation potentially giving the wrong answer). I think it would be better to stick to integer-only arithmetic.
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