<DCoder1337> apparently the C++ STL documentation explicitly advises against doing what Westwood did
<DCoder1337> "When it is necessary to increase capacity(), vector usually increases it by a factor of two. It is crucial that the amount of growth is proportional to the current capacity(), rather than a fixed constant: in the former case inserting a series of elements into a vector is a linear time operation, and in the latter case it is quadratic."
<AlexB__> so the question is: did westwood know 10 is a constant?
/** context: Westwood's vectors always increase their capacity by 10 **/
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