# Delco-cdr-500-code-calculator __FULL__

## Delco-cdr-500-code-calculator __FULL__

Delco-cdr-500-code-calculator

A: Q: Infinitely many prime elements in an ordered ring I am reading Eakin-Townsley and I have a question about Exercise 3: Let $R$ be a ring in which $R^\times$ is an ordered group and $R$ is ordered in the reverse of the way that $R^\times$ is. Is $R$ necessarily noncommutative and not an integral domain? A: Example. Consider the ring $R = \mathbb{Z} \times \mathbb{Z}$, ordered so that $(a,b) \geq (c,d) \iff a \geq c$. Then $1 = (-1,0) \geq (2,1)$. Now we let $a = (-1,0)$ and $b = (2,1)$ be elements of $R$. Then $b \geq a$, but the only positive element in $R$ is $1$, so we must have $a = b$, giving $a \geq a$. It follows that $R$ is not an integral domain. Q: Why is it faster to not use the cache? Given some code that looks like: … for i in xrange(loops): q.put(i) … Why is it faster to do not use the cache by using the following code? … q.put(i) … and why is this faster than … for i in xrange(loops): q.put(i) … ? A: The first two lines you posted are equivalent. The last one looks like it’s using a local variable, which is never going to be the same as the variable you might have just used in a previous loop iteration. A: Your third example is really probably slower than your first two examples. The third example is going to keep creating its own q.put

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