Richard in Reading on Wed, 01 May 2013 19:05:24 +0200
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Re: Recovering partial factorizations when using trap() and alarm() to abort factorint()
- To: Max Alekseyev <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: Recovering partial factorizations when using trap() and alarm() to abort factorint()
- From: Richard in Reading <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Thanks again Max!
I saw that this was part of the code you posted but I didn't try it as I thought it was doing something completely different. If you're doing lots of factoring then factor(N,0) will presumably slow down a lot as the list of stored factors grows... I think I'm catching on to the way things are done round here... I presume if I change primelimit then the stored factors are forgotten and the memory is freed?
--- On Wed, 1/5/13, Max Alekseyev <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This is done by setting default(factor_add_primes,1);
> before running factorint(N) and calling factor(N,0); after it is aborted.