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AS3 rocks, but hey (arg), I still need more performance. First of all some findings. Do not overload condition and statements as in AS2

for(;;)
{
	ax = x - ( ( ay = ry < < 6 ) - y ) / hta;
	if ( tile = m[ --ry ][ ax >> 6 ] )
	{
		if ( tside = tile[ 0 ] )
		{
			nearest = ( dx = ax - x ) * dx + ( dy = ay - y ) * dy;
			side = tside;
			offset = ax % 64;
			break;
		}
		break;
	}
	if ( tile == undefined ) break;
}
[. . . ]
This is an optimized (ugly) code clip from a raycaster, written in AS2. But in AS3 it's slower. You have to test several cases. In most cases, it's better to extract computed values to variables before testing them in condition as below.
var x: Number = 0;
while( x++ < 1000 )
{
	// do something
}

var x: Number = 0;
while( x < 1000 )
{
	x++;
	// do something faster
}

if( ( z = iz * 100 ) < 0 )
{
	// do something
}

z = iz * 100;

if( z < 0 )
{
	// do something faster
}
Do not use Objects, if you know, which properties will be finally involved. I have converted an old 3d engine to AS3. My vertices was written as objects {x:0, y:0, z:0}. After writing the objects as a Vertex class with x, y, z named as public properties, my movie fps increases dramatically. AS3 seems to register a memory space for them and will [viagra by mail] have faster access. Cast instances, while reading from an Array A Raycaster have different textures, stored in an Array. While reading pixels from the texture, do not use: images[index]. getPixel(x, y);. Before you call the method, store the instance in a typed variable: var image: BitmapData = images[index];. After that, flash finds the instance associated method x times faster. Try to use Integers (int) for all possible cases There is really often a possebility to work with Integers instead of Numbers(float). The lost resolution can be neglected, when working with higher values than with floats before. Bitoperators are lightning fast There are a lot of cases viagra by mail, where you can use bit-operators for computing expressions. Mostly while using heavily x^2 values. Try to change your boundings from bitmaps and Arrays to accomplish it. Suggestions: performance
I want typed, length-fixed Arrays. Since I found the Vertex vs Object thing above, it's clear that AS3 cannot reserve memory for Arrays, while they can change their length during runtime. But this would increase the speed once again.
Please, a faster solution to read/write pixels on a bitmap. No problem for me to bunch the RGB(A) values into a simple typed byteArray with a fixed length to work with. Unfortunatley reading from ByteArrays is slower than from an Array, though they are not typed. So the getPixels, setPixels method do not increase the speed. Viagra by mail
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i wonder, why we still have to write the 'function' and 'var' keywords to define functions and variables. That really begins to bother me. It's a time waster :)
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