Date/Time: Fri, 25 Sep 2020 04:48:00 +0000
Post From: Notice: Study Exceptions in New Versions and Code Efficiency
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 89886 | Ending Date: 2021-04-05
We had a question by email as to why the existing ACSIL persistent functions were not optimized and these new ones were created. And whether these new ones should always be used now.
Yes use these fast functions from now on in most cases. The other functions are still useful for pointers and strings and when accessing persistent variables across charts and studies. And when you need to use a key value that does not fit within the index range of 0 to 10000.
The older ACSIL persistent functions cannot be optimized because they support a random key value which can be in the range from zero to UINT_MAX.
Whereas the fast ones specifically are using an index which needs to start at 0 and go up. Although perfectly fine to start at 1 and fine to skip indexes but you should not. The old ones use a STL map, the new ones use a STL vector.
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