does anyone know how long 36^10 loops should take approximately?

with about 1 function each iteration.

i mean like is it an doable amount or will it take hours.

with about 1 function each iteration.

i mean like is it an doable amount or will it take hours.

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Well, let's double-check.

I assume 36^10 means 36 to the power of 10, that is

3656158440062976

Now let's say you can do 1 billion iterations per second.

The total time = 3656158440062976/1000000000 seconds

or 3656158 seconds

divide by 3600 to convert to hours and by 24 to convert hours to days

gives about 42 days as the result.

Depending on (a) the hardware and (b) the complexity of the processing, the result may vary.

I assume 36^10 means 36 to the power of 10, that is

3656158440062976

Now let's say you can do 1 billion iterations per second.

The total time = 3656158440062976/1000000000 seconds

or 3656158 seconds

divide by 3600 to convert to hours and by 24 to convert hours to days

gives about 42 days as the result.

Depending on (a) the hardware and (b) the complexity of the processing, the result may vary.

o okay haha. i guess ill lower it to 36^7 loops then or something. thanks for the answer.

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