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|@@ -280,9 +280,9 @@ in Big-O analysis.|
|Scala's immutable Vector operations (as well as the related Map and Set|
|operations) are logarithmic: the time they take to execute grows|
|logarithmically with the size of the Vector. We have seen that this can be|
|proved by high-school maths and the basics of Big-O notation. What's more, we|
|have seen the *consequences* if we accept the logic arguing that they are|
|"effectively constant! we could then prove that:|
|proved by high-school maths and the basics of Big-O notation. What's more, if|
|we accept the logic arguing that Scala Vector operations *are* "effectively|
|constant" time, we could then prove that:|
|- ["Logarithmic" operations are effectively constant|