On Thursday, 22 September 2016 at 16:09:49 UTC, Sandu wrote:
const int n = 252;
double call = new double[n+1];
//delete call; // since D is has a garbage collector,
explicit deallocation of arrays is not necessary.
If you care about speed, better uncomment that `delete`. Without
delete, when allocating this array 10000 times you'll trigger GC
multiple times without good reason to do so. With delete, the
same memory shall be reused and no GC triggered, run time should
be much better.