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May 2017

— Ok, I will just comment out the block in add which makes it slow, so you can compare


I think it's the includes required to find out if something was already incremented into uniques, so you don't over-increment

— It is essentially running has

— Hmm

— Ok, so I only turned off the uniques maintainence in add so far

— Has is broken

— Yep

— Since add was responsible for maintaining the uniques list, has won't work since it still relies on it

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— I will go through and make it work

— Beats native for add and has

— I knew that uniques list was going to be a pain in the butt, haha

— I mean, you can deduce what's in the set without knowing a lot of information, but when you go to maintain the thing it just eats the CPU alive

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