Re: iptables -A or iptables -I?
In article <20041019171304.GA8179@cirrus.madduck.net> email@example.com writes:
>Inserting is almost never quicker than appending. In fact, I am
>having trouble coming up with a data structure where insertions are
>as quick as appendages, provided, of course, that the difference
>makes sense. After all, appendage is nothing but an insertion at
He asked about inserting at the beginning vs appending. If I was
designing this data structure, I'd most likely use a single linked
list where inserting at the beginning would be faster for long lists.
(The latter needs to traverse the list.)
I'd recomend that anyone who cares either read the source or test.
Blars Blarson firstname.lastname@example.org
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