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Re: gEDA-user: Locking/unlocking multiple elements
On Mon, Aug 23, 2004 at 02:15:47PM -0400, harry eaton wrote:
> > And what if I had 1,000 point convex polygon with 2,000 lines inside it's
> > bounding box, none of which touched it -- how many comparisons would it
> > roughly take?
> It would be exactly the same, but it's less common that convex polygons
> have as many non-intersecting lines. A simple rectangle is the only case
> that's guaranteed to be trivial. But for real-world applications this really
> doesn't matter.
Oh shit and I feared something like getting exponential time complexity with
the number of other lines or vertices or womething like that when the warning
was so explicit ;-)