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This is a simple set of benchmarks intended to give programmers timing information about common C operations. By Plum Hill.
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This is a simple set of benchmarks intended to give programmers timing information about common C operations. By Plum Hill.
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Contents of the READ.ME file


The Plum-Hall Benchmarks

This is a simple set of benchmarks intended to give programmers timing
information about common C operations. See the Makefile for instructions;
basically, all you have to do is type `make', wait, and look at bench.out.

A table of results for some popular machines is included in bench.tbl.
For more information on the benchmark techniques and the philosophy
behind them, browse the file ARTICLE.

Enjoy!
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