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The Alternative Big O notation:

O(1) = O(yeah)
O(log n) = O(nice)
O(n) = O(k)
O(n²) = O(my)
O(2ⁿ) = O(no)
O(n!) = O(mg!)

@fribbledom
f(n) = n!^(n!)
f(1) = 1
f(2) = 4
f(3) = 46656
f(4) = 1.3337*10^33

@fribbledom Huh, the log(log(x)) of it grows almost linearly.

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