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Shah Shehpori10-May-03 8:13
sussShah Shehpori10-May-03 8:13 
Friends i need to know about the overhead involved in a function call w.r.t Visual C++ compiler.

Actually i am writing a server based aplication in which speed and efficiency are the primary requirements. There is a function in my program which makes some complex calculations. This function is called by a for loop about 150 times. I also make this function inline function, but i've read in number of C++ docs that making a function inline is of no guarantee that compiler really makes it inline and it depends on a compiler to decide whether to "paste" the code or to keep it a separate function.

So i am in confusion that in my application, a loop is calling the function 150 times and if too many clients send request and i call this function 150 times for each request then there will be lots of CPU cycles required which decreases the efficiency of my application.

So what do you people suggest me to do? Please also tell me the cost involved in calling a function and also tell me how can i judge that the compiler really makes my function inline or not ??

Thanks
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QuestionIs ++i statement in the for loop better than i++? Pin
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