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hi all
the following code reverses elements in an array. Is there a more efficient way of writing it.

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Amit Chohan
 
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hi amit,
it seems the method u use is fine in int[] case.
here is the code i tired,

and a script to generate multiple results to get average,

the average was,
Reverse-1: 275.65
Reverse-2: 747.40
Reverse-3: 474.40
Reverse-4: 808.24
Reverse-5: 802.33

may be if we post this to Performance forum it would get more responses...
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maulin.
 
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btw,
the average is in milliseconds to perform reverse operation...
thanks
maulin
 
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