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#ActualSchoening

Posted 28 October 2012 - 05:45 PM

When you say "possible lag", that would suggest that you haven't yet verified it. I'd say verify that there is unacceptable lag in that loop first.


Unacceptable Lag or not, I would still like to learn how to apply this.

If you're always stopping the algorithm before it's done, how does that affect the rest of your artificial intelligence?


I would only stop the algorythm for a few miliseconds. Instead of stoping the entire script for who knows how long..

I am going to do it the normal way, but I would still like some ideas on how to split it.

#1Schoening

Posted 28 October 2012 - 12:08 PM

When you say "possible lag", that would suggest that you haven't yet verified it. I'd say verify that there is unacceptable lag in that loop first.


Unacceptable Lag or not, I would still like to learn how to apply this.

If you're always stopping the algorithm before it's done, how does that affect the rest of your artificial intelligence?


Everything would be improved. Here I show you a image of what I mean:

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