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harold aptroot3-Apr-21 1:37
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No, that's wrong. It's a classic case of "measuring time but not looking at what the time was measured of".

The best the remainder solution can hope for, is that the JIT compiler recognizes it and turns it into the equivalent of the bitwise-AND solution, which happens for uint but not int. So at best it is the exact same code running, any differences observed in timing are just timing noise. And sometimes (eg for int), it's just straight up worse to use the remainder instead of bitwise AND.
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