Lazy Cartesian Product

JavaScript performance comparison

Test case created by Gavin Kistner

Preparation code

 
<script>
Benchmark.prototype.setup = function() {
    $sets = [];
    for (var i=0;i<6;++i){
      var a = $sets[i] = [];
      for (var j=0;j<6;++j) a[j]=j;
    }
     
    function lazyProduct1(arrays,callback,values){
      if (!values) values=[];
      var head = arrays[0], rest = arrays.slice(1), dive=rest.length>0;
      for (var i=0,len=head.length;i<len;++i){
        var moreValues = values.concat(head[i]);
        if (dive) lazyProduct1(rest,callback,moreValues);
        else      callback.apply(this,moreValues);
      }
    }
   
    function lazyProduct2(sets, holla) {
        var setLength = sets.length;
        function helper(array_current, set_index) {
            if (++set_index >= setLength) {
                holla.apply(null, array_current);
            } else {
                var array_next = sets[set_index];
                for (var i=0; i<array_next.length; i++) {
                    helper(array_current.concat(array_next[i]), set_index);
                }
            }
        }
        helper([], -1);
    }
    function callback(){}
};
</script>

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lazyProduct1($sets,callback);
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lazyProduct2($sets,callback);
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