Solution 11 by Alfonso crushes Java performance with a time of 0.014s for 1000!. Best use of base.
longer code but considerably faster non-java solution (0.05s for 1000!)
Solution 9 sees Alfonso step up and provide a concise method in the Best Factorial Solution in the Non-Java Category.
We don't need no steenkin' Java. :-)
Solution 6 is an expertly crafted non-java solution. Complexity Level- Outstanding. Time for 1000! vs Java ?
The convolution method is considerably slower than Java, which is what you would expect. For the java vs. non-java solutions:
Java - Elapsed time is 0.138064 seconds.
This case - Elapsed time is 1.039240 seconds.
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