Jeremias Maerki wrote:
> Statistical interest. Increasing a long shouldn't use many more CPU
> cycles than setting a boolean to true, right?

That’s not a problem of performance. When I see this I simply wonder why  
a long is used while a boolean would be sufficient. Statistical 
interest, why not, although here it only exists when doing a manual 
debugging session.
That’s not a very big deal anyway since here the class is small, but 
when you encounter such variables in hundreds of other lines of codes, 
believe me, it takes a while before figuring out that they are actually 
used as booleans... A small comment, perhaps?


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