The Computer Language
Benchmarks Game

k-nucleotide Lisp SBCL program

source code

;;   The Computer Language Benchmarks Game
;;   http://benchmarksgame.alioth.debian.org/
;;   contributed by Currell Berry based on Java submission #1
;;
;; Note I think you could probably get further performance gains by rebasing the 
;; implementation on Java #6, which is similar to java #1 but does not rely on 
;; the external library it.unimi.dsi.fastutil my testing (once I had already translated
;; Java #1 to lisp) shows that a great deal of Java #1's performance comes from it
;; relying on a specialized hash table fastutil.longs.Long2IntOpenHashMap. 

;(require :alexandria)
(defpackage :knucleotide
  (:use :cl))

(in-package :knucleotide)

(declaim (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (space 0) (debug 0)))

;; simple thread runner implementation
;; we have a semaphore
(defparameter *my-tr-available-thread-semaphore* nil)
;; each time a thread finishes up, we increment this semaphore
;; the main thread waits on the semaphore, whenever it goes above 0 it finds
;; another task if one is available and starts it up

(defparameter *my-tr-task-remaining-count* 0)
(declaim (type fixnum *my-tr-task-remaining-count*))
(defparameter *my-tr-completed-task-mutex* nil)
(defparameter *my-tr-task-completed-cv* nil)

;;writing to status and result should only be done in my-tr-run
(defstruct my-task
  (mylambda) ; the thing to run
  (status nil) ; nil or t
  (result nil))

(defparameter *my-task-list* #())
(declaim (type vector *my-task-list*))

;; must have set up populated *my-task-list* first
;; each time a thread becomes available, then we run the next task
(defun my-tr-run (threadcount)
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (declare (type fixnum threadcount))
  (setf *my-tr-available-thread-semaphore* (sb-thread:make-semaphore :count threadcount))
  (setf *my-tr-completed-task-mutex* (sb-thread:make-mutex)) 
  (setf *my-tr-task-remaining-count* (length *my-task-list*)) 
  (setf *my-tr-task-completed-cv* (sb-thread:make-waitqueue)) 
  (loop for taskindex from 0 below (length *my-task-list*) do
       (sb-thread:wait-on-semaphore *my-tr-available-thread-semaphore*)
       (let ((thetask (elt *my-task-list* taskindex)))
         (sb-thread:make-thread (lambda () (let ((results
                                                  (funcall (my-task-mylambda thetask))))
                                             (setf (my-task-result thetask) results)
                                             (setf (my-task-status thetask) t)
                                             (sb-thread:signal-semaphore *my-tr-available-thread-semaphore*)
                                             (sb-thread:with-mutex (*my-tr-completed-task-mutex*)
                                               (decf *my-tr-task-remaining-count*)
                                               (sb-thread:condition-notify *my-tr-task-completed-cv*)
                                               )
                                             )))))
  (loop
     (sb-thread:with-mutex (*my-tr-completed-task-mutex*)
       (if (eql *my-tr-task-remaining-count* 0)
           (return)
           (sb-thread:condition-wait *my-tr-task-completed-cv* *my-tr-completed-task-mutex*)))))

(defconstant CODES  #(-1 0 -1 1 3 -1 -1 2)) 
(defconstant NUCLEOTIDES #(#\A #\C #\G #\T)) 

(defun hash-function (x)
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (declare (type (unsigned-byte 64) x))
  x)

(defstruct result
  (outmap (make-hash-table
           :test 'eql
           :hash-function #'hash-function
           :rehash-size 2.0
           :rehash-threshold 0.7))
  (keylength 0))

(defun create-fragment-tasks (sequence mfragment-lengths)
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (declare (type (simple-array (unsigned-byte 8) (*)) sequence))
  (let ((tasks (make-array 46 :fill-pointer 0)))
    (loop for fragmentLength in mfragment-lengths do
         (loop for i of-type (unsigned-byte 32) from 0 below fragmentLength do
              (let ((offset i)
                    (mfragmentlength fragmentLength))
                ;;(format t "fragmentLength: ~a~%" fragmentLength)
                (vector-push-extend
                 (make-my-task :mylambda
                               (lambda ()
                                 (declare (type (unsigned-byte 32) mfragmentlength)
                                          (type (unsigned-byte 32) offset))
                                 ;(format t "offset: ~a, fragmentLength: ~a~%" offset mfragmentlength)
                                 (create-fragment-map sequence offset mfragmentlength)
                                 ))
                 tasks))))
    tasks))

(defun create-fragment-map (sequence offset fragmentLength)
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (declare (type (simple-array (unsigned-byte 8) (*)) sequence)
           (type (unsigned-byte 32) offset)
           (type (unsigned-byte 32) fragmentLength))
  (let* ((res (make-result :keylength fragmentLength))
         (mymap (result-outmap res))
         (lastIndex (+ (- (length sequence) fragmentLength) 1)))
    (declare (type (unsigned-byte 32) lastIndex))
    (loop
       for index of-type (unsigned-byte 32) from offset below lastIndex by fragmentLength
       do
         (let* ((key (get-key sequence index fragmentLength))
                (value (gethash key mymap 0)))
           (declare (type (unsigned-byte 64) key)
                    (type (unsigned-byte 32) value))
           (setf (gethash key mymap 0) (the (unsigned-byte 32) (+ value 1)))))
    res))

(defun sum-two-maps (result1 result2)
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (loop for key2 of-type (unsigned-byte 64) being the hash-keys  of (result-outmap result2)
     using (hash-value value2) do
       (setf (gethash key2 (result-outmap result1)) (+ (the (unsigned-byte 32) (gethash key2 (result-outmap result1) 0)) (the (unsigned-byte 32) value2))))
  result1
  )

(defun write-frequencies (totalCount frequencies)
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (let ((freq (make-array (hash-table-count (result-outmap frequencies)) :fill-pointer 0 :element-type 'cons)))
    (loop for key being the hash-keys of (result-outmap frequencies)
       using (hash-value cnt) do
         (let ((nentry (cons (key-to-string key (result-keylength frequencies)) cnt)))
           (vector-push-extend nentry freq)))
    (sort freq (lambda (x y) (> (cdr x) (cdr y))))
    (let ((outstr
           (apply #'concatenate 
                  (append (list 'string)
                          (loop for index from 0 below (length freq)
                                           for (key . value) = (elt freq index)
                                           collect 
                                             (format nil "~a ~,3f~%" key (/ (* value 100.0) totalCount)))))))
      outstr)))

(defun write-count (tasks nucleotideFragment)
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (let* ((key (to-codes-new (map '(vector (unsigned-byte 8)) #'char-code nucleotideFragment) (length nucleotideFragment)) )
         (k (get-key key 0 (length nucleotideFragment)))
         (count 0))
    (loop for task across tasks 
       for result = (my-task-result task) do
         (if (eql (result-keylength result) (length nucleotideFragment))
             (setf count (+ count (gethash k (result-outmap result) 0)))))
    (format nil "~a~c~a~%" count #\tab nucleotideFragment)))

(defun key-to-string (key length)
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (declare (type (unsigned-byte 64) key)
           (type (unsigned-byte 32) length))
  (let ((res (make-string length)))
    (loop for i from 0 below length do
         (setf (elt res (- length i 1)) (elt NUCLEOTIDES (logand key #x3)))
         (setf key (ash key -2)))
    res))

(defun get-key (arr offset length)
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (declare (type (simple-array (unsigned-byte 8)) arr)
           (type (unsigned-byte 32) offset)
           (type (unsigned-byte 32) length))
  (let ((key 0))
    (declare (type (unsigned-byte 64) key))
    (loop for i of-type (unsigned-byte 32) from offset below (+ offset length) do
         (setf key (the fixnum (+ (the fixnum (* key 4)) (the fixnum (elt arr i))))))
    key))

(defun to-codes-new (sequence length)
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (declare (type (simple-array (unsigned-byte 8)) sequence)
           (type (unsigned-byte 32) length)
           )
  (let ((result (make-array length :element-type '(unsigned-byte 8))))
    (loop for i of-type (unsigned-byte 32) from 0 below length do
         (setf (elt result i) (elt CODES (logand (elt sequence i) #x7))))
    result))

(defun read-in-data-new (pistream)
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (let ((bytes (make-array 1048576 :element-type '(unsigned-byte 8)))
        (position 0))
    (declare (type (simple-array (unsigned-byte 8)) bytes)
             (type (unsigned-byte 32) position))
    (with-open-stream  (istream pistream)
      (loop for line = (read-line istream nil :eof) ;first, get to dna sequence three
         until (or (string-equal ">THREE" (subseq line 0 6))  (eql line :eof)))

      (loop for line = (read-line istream nil :eof)
         while (not (or (eql line :eof) (eql (elt line 0) #\>))) do
           (if (> (+ position (length line)) (length bytes)) ;;then we need to grow the array
               (let ((newbytes (make-array (* 2 (length bytes)) :element-type '(unsigned-byte 8))))
                 (loop for i from 0 below (length bytes) do
                      (setf (elt newbytes i) (elt bytes i)))
                 (setf bytes newbytes)))
           (loop for i from 0 below (length line) do
                (setf (elt bytes position) (char-code (elt line i)))
                (incf position))))
           (to-codes-new bytes position)))

(defconstant FRAGMENT-LENGTHS (list 1 2 3 4 6 12 18))
(defconstant NUCLEOTIDE-FRAGMENTS (list "GGT" "GGTA" "GGTATT" "GGTATTTTAATT"
                                           "GGTATTTTAATTTATAGT" ))

(defun get-input-stream ()
 (open #p"/dev/stdin" :external-format :iso-8859-1)
;(open "knucleotide-input-example.txt")
;(open "fasta-small.txt"  :external-format :iso-8859-1)
;(open "fasta.txt"  :external-format :iso-8859-1)
)

(defun main ()
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (let* ((pistream (get-input-stream))
         (msequence (read-in-data-new pistream)))
    (setf *my-task-list* (create-fragment-tasks msequence FRAGMENT-LENGTHS))
    (my-tr-run 4)
    (format t "~a~%" (write-frequencies (length msequence) (my-task-result (elt *my-task-list* 0))))
    
    (format t "~a~%" (write-frequencies (- (length msequence) 1) (sum-two-maps
                                                       (my-task-result (elt *my-task-list* 1))
                                                       (my-task-result (elt *my-task-list* 2))
                                                                  )))
    (loop for nucleotide-fragment in NUCLEOTIDE-FRAGMENTS do
         (princ (write-count *my-task-list*  nucleotide-fragment)))
))

(in-package :cl-user)

(defun main ()
  (declare (optimize (speed 3) (safety 0) (debug 0)))
  (knucleotide::main))
    

notes, command-line, and program output

NOTES:
64-bit Ubuntu quad core
SBCL 1.3.21


Fri, 08 Sep 2017 03:20:33 GMT

MAKE:
cp: 'knucleotide.sbcl' and './knucleotide.sbcl' are the same file
SBCL built with: /usr/local/bin/sbcl --userinit /dev/null --batch --eval '(load "knucleotide.sbcl_compile")'
### START knucleotide.sbcl_compile
(handler-bind ((sb-ext:defconstant-uneql      (lambda (c) (abort c))))      (load (compile-file "knucleotide.sbcl" ))) (save-lisp-and-die "sbcl.core" :purify t)
### END knucleotide.sbcl_compile

; compiling file "/home/dunham/benchmarksgame/bench/knucleotide/knucleotide.sbcl" (written 15 APR 2017 04:24:51 PM):
; compiling (DEFPACKAGE :KNUCLEOTIDE ...)
; compiling (IN-PACKAGE :KNUCLEOTIDE)
; compiling (DECLAIM (OPTIMIZE # ...))
; compiling (DEFPARAMETER *MY-TR-AVAILABLE-THREAD-SEMAPHORE* ...)
; compiling (DEFPARAMETER *MY-TR-TASK-REMAINING-COUNT* ...)
; compiling (DECLAIM (TYPE FIXNUM ...))
; compiling (DEFPARAMETER *MY-TR-COMPLETED-TASK-MUTEX* ...)
; compiling (DEFPARAMETER *MY-TR-TASK-COMPLETED-CV* ...)
; compiling (DEFSTRUCT MY-TASK ...)
; compiling (DEFPARAMETER *MY-TASK-LIST* ...)
; compiling (DECLAIM (TYPE VECTOR ...))
; compiling (DEFUN MY-TR-RUN ...)
; file: /home/dunham/benchmarksgame/bench/knucleotide/knucleotide.sbcl
; in: DEFUN MY-TR-RUN
;     (ELT KNUCLEOTIDE::*MY-TASK-LIST* KNUCLEOTIDE::TASKINDEX)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a VECTOR, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).

;     (FUNCALL (KNUCLEOTIDE::MY-TASK-MYLAMBDA KNUCLEOTIDE::THETASK))
; --> SB-C::%FUNCALL THE 
; ==>
;   (SB-KERNEL:%COERCE-CALLABLE-TO-FUN
;    (KNUCLEOTIDE::MY-TASK-MYLAMBDA KNUCLEOTIDE::THETASK))
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize away possible call to FDEFINITION at runtime
; because:
;   callable expression is not known to be a function

; compiling (DEFCONSTANT CODES ...)
; compiling (DEFCONSTANT NUCLEOTIDES ...)
; compiling (DEFUN HASH-FUNCTION ...)
; compiling (DEFSTRUCT RESULT ...)
; compiling (DEFUN CREATE-FRAGMENT-TASKS ...)
; compiling (DEFUN CREATE-FRAGMENT-MAP ...)
; compiling (DEFUN SUM-TWO-MAPS ...)
; compiling (DEFUN WRITE-FREQUENCIES ...)
; file: /home/dunham/benchmarksgame/bench/knucleotide/knucleotide.sbcl
; in: DEFUN WRITE-FREQUENCIES
;     (MAKE-ARRAY
;      (HASH-TABLE-COUNT (KNUCLEOTIDE::RESULT-OUTMAP KNUCLEOTIDE::FREQUENCIES))
;      :FILL-POINTER 0 :ELEMENT-TYPE 'CONS)
; 
; caught STYLE-WARNING:
;   The default initial element 0 is not a CONS.

;     (/ (* KNUCLEOTIDE::VALUE 100.0) KNUCLEOTIDE::TOTALCOUNT)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a NUMBER, not a (COMPLEX SINGLE-FLOAT).
;   The second argument is a NUMBER, not a (COMPLEX SINGLE-FLOAT).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a NUMBER, not a SINGLE-FLOAT.
;   The second argument is a NUMBER, not a (COMPLEX SINGLE-FLOAT).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a NUMBER, not a (COMPLEX DOUBLE-FLOAT).
;   The second argument is a NUMBER, not a (COMPLEX DOUBLE-FLOAT).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a NUMBER, not a DOUBLE-FLOAT.
;   The second argument is a NUMBER, not a (COMPLEX DOUBLE-FLOAT).
; 
; note: unable to
;   convert x/2^k to shift
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a NUMBER, not a INTEGER.
;   The second argument is a NUMBER, not a INTEGER.

;     (* KNUCLEOTIDE::VALUE 100.0)
; 
; note: forced to do GENERIC-* (cost 30)
;       unable to do inline float arithmetic (cost 4) because:
;       The first argument is a NUMBER, not a (COMPLEX SINGLE-FLOAT).
;       The result is a (VALUES NUMBER &OPTIONAL), not a (VALUES
;                                                         (COMPLEX SINGLE-FLOAT)
;                                                         &REST T).
;       unable to do inline float arithmetic (cost 4) because:
;       The first argument is a NUMBER, not a SINGLE-FLOAT.
;       The result is a (VALUES NUMBER &OPTIONAL), not a (VALUES SINGLE-FLOAT
;                                                                &REST T).

;     (/ (* KNUCLEOTIDE::VALUE 100.0) KNUCLEOTIDE::TOTALCOUNT)
; 
; note: forced to do static-fun Two-arg-/ (cost 53)
;       unable to do inline float arithmetic (cost 12) because:
;       The first argument is a NUMBER, not a (COMPLEX SINGLE-FLOAT).
;       The second argument is a NUMBER, not a SINGLE-FLOAT.
;       The result is a (VALUES NUMBER &OPTIONAL), not a (VALUES
;                                                         (COMPLEX SINGLE-FLOAT)
;                                                         &REST T).
;       unable to do inline float arithmetic (cost 12) because:
;       The first argument is a NUMBER, not a SINGLE-FLOAT.
;       The second argument is a NUMBER, not a SINGLE-FLOAT.
;       The result is a (VALUES NUMBER &OPTIONAL), not a (VALUES SINGLE-FLOAT
;                                                                &REST T).
;       etc.

;     (> (CDR KNUCLEOTIDE::X) (CDR KNUCLEOTIDE::Y))
; 
; note: unable to
;   open-code FLOAT to RATIONAL comparison
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a REAL, not a FLOAT.
;   The second argument is a REAL, not a RATIONAL.
; 
; note: forced to do GENERIC-> (cost 10)
;       unable to do inline float comparison (cost 3) because:
;       The first argument is a REAL, not a SINGLE-FLOAT.
;       The second argument is a REAL, not a SINGLE-FLOAT.
;       unable to do inline float comparison (cost 3) because:
;       The first argument is a REAL, not a DOUBLE-FLOAT.
;       The second argument is a REAL, not a DOUBLE-FLOAT.
;       etc.

; compiling (DEFUN WRITE-COUNT ...)
; file: /home/dunham/benchmarksgame/bench/knucleotide/knucleotide.sbcl
; in: DEFUN WRITE-COUNT
;     (MAP '(VECTOR (UNSIGNED-BYTE 8)) #'CHAR-CODE KNUCLEOTIDE::NUCLEOTIDEFRAGMENT)
; --> TRULY-THE SB-KERNEL:%MAP MAP-INTO MAKE-SEQUENCE MIN LET 
; ==>
;   (LENGTH #:G26)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a VECTOR.

;     (LENGTH KNUCLEOTIDE::NUCLEOTIDEFRAGMENT)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a VECTOR.
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a VECTOR.

;     (LOOP KNUCLEOTIDE::FOR KNUCLEOTIDE::TASK KNUCLEOTIDE::ACROSS KNUCLEOTIDE::TASKS
;           KNUCLEOTIDE::FOR KNUCLEOTIDE::RESULT = (KNUCLEOTIDE::MY-TASK-RESULT
;                                                   KNUCLEOTIDE::TASK)
;           DO (IF (EQL (KNUCLEOTIDE::RESULT-KEYLENGTH KNUCLEOTIDE::RESULT)
;                       (LENGTH KNUCLEOTIDE::NUCLEOTIDEFRAGMENT))
;                  (SETF COUNT (+ COUNT #))))
; --> BLOCK LET LET TAGBODY SB-LOOP::LOOP-REALLY-DESETQ SETQ THE AREF 
; ==>
;   (SB-KERNEL:HAIRY-DATA-VECTOR-REF ARRAY SB-INT:INDEX)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a VECTOR, not a SIMPLE-STRING.
; 
; note: unable to
;   avoid runtime dispatch on array element type
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a VECTOR, not a SIMPLE-ARRAY.

;     (LENGTH KNUCLEOTIDE::NUCLEOTIDEFRAGMENT)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a VECTOR.

;     (+ COUNT
;        (GETHASH KNUCLEOTIDE::K (KNUCLEOTIDE::RESULT-OUTMAP KNUCLEOTIDE::RESULT)
;                 0))
; 
; note: forced to do GENERIC-+ (cost 10)
;       unable to do inline float arithmetic (cost 2) because:
;       The first argument is a NUMBER, not a DOUBLE-FLOAT.
;       The second argument is a NUMBER, not a DOUBLE-FLOAT.
;       The result is a (VALUES NUMBER &OPTIONAL), not a (VALUES DOUBLE-FLOAT
;                                                                &REST T).
;       unable to do inline float arithmetic (cost 2) because:
;       The first argument is a NUMBER, not a SINGLE-FLOAT.
;       The second argument is a NUMBER, not a SINGLE-FLOAT.
;       The result is a (VALUES NUMBER &OPTIONAL), not a (VALUES SINGLE-FLOAT
;                                                                &REST T).
;       etc.

; compiling (DEFUN KEY-TO-STRING ...)
; compiling (DEFUN GET-KEY ...)
; compiling (DEFUN TO-CODES-NEW ...)
; compiling (DEFUN READ-IN-DATA-NEW ...)
; file: /home/dunham/benchmarksgame/bench/knucleotide/knucleotide.sbcl
; in: DEFUN READ-IN-DATA-NEW
;     (SUBSEQ KNUCLEOTIDE::LINE 0 6)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a VECTOR.
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a LIST.
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a SB-KERNEL:EXTENDED-SEQUENCE.

;     (ELT KNUCLEOTIDE::LINE 0)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a LIST.

;     (LENGTH KNUCLEOTIDE::LINE)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a VECTOR.
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a VECTOR.

;     (ELT KNUCLEOTIDE::LINE KNUCLEOTIDE::I)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a LIST.

; compiling (DEFCONSTANT FRAGMENT-LENGTHS ...)
; compiling (DEFCONSTANT NUCLEOTIDE-FRAGMENTS ...)
; compiling (DEFUN GET-INPUT-STREAM ...)
; compiling (DEFUN MAIN ...)
; file: /home/dunham/benchmarksgame/bench/knucleotide/knucleotide.sbcl
; in: DEFUN MAIN
;     (LENGTH KNUCLEOTIDE::MSEQUENCE)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a VECTOR.

;     (ELT KNUCLEOTIDE::*MY-TASK-LIST* 0)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a VECTOR, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).

;     (LENGTH KNUCLEOTIDE::MSEQUENCE)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a SEQUENCE, not a VECTOR.

;     (ELT KNUCLEOTIDE::*MY-TASK-LIST* 1)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a VECTOR, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).

;     (ELT KNUCLEOTIDE::*MY-TASK-LIST* 2)
; 
; note: unable to
;   optimize
; due to type uncertainty:
;   The first argument is a VECTOR, not a (SIMPLE-ARRAY * (*)).

; compiling (IN-PACKAGE :CL-USER)
; compiling (DEFUN MAIN ...); 
; compilation unit finished
;   caught 1 STYLE-WARNING condition
;   printed 40 notes


; /home/dunham/benchmarksgame_quadcore/knucleotide/tmp/knucleotide.fasl written
; compilation finished in 0:00:00.132
### START knucleotide.sbcl_run
(main) (quit)
### END knucleotide.sbcl_run


3.68s to complete and log all make actions

COMMAND LINE:
/usr/local/bin/sbcl  --noinform --core sbcl.core --userinit /dev/null --load knucleotide.sbcl_run 0 < knucleotide-input25000000.txt

PROGRAM OUTPUT:
A 30.295
T 30.151
C 19.800
G 19.754

AA 9.177
TA 9.132
AT 9.131
TT 9.091
CA 6.002
AC 6.001
AG 5.987
GA 5.984
CT 5.971
TC 5.971
GT 5.957
TG 5.956
CC 3.917
GC 3.911
CG 3.909
GG 3.902

1471758	GGT
446535	GGTA
47336	GGTATT
893	GGTATTTTAATT
893	GGTATTTTAATTTATAGT