From: "Jan Simon" <>
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Subject: Re: Getting indexes of rows of matrix with more than n repetitions
Date: Sun, 10 Jan 2010 18:29:03 +0000 (UTC)
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Dear Bruno!

> I have cleaned up the code a little bit to make it slightly faster, but it get nowhere close to Matlab sorting speed.

After I've read your code, I found this:
I cannot find the correct terms to describe my reaction - so I stay at   :-)

LCC3.8 from the net creates faster code. The MEXOPTS.BAT needs the surprising modification, that to RSP-file indicator like "@" can be used with this LCC.

Let's ask Loren for the source of SORT - I do not know, if it is her code, but I assume, she knows the author at least.

Kind regards, Jan