Performance of chained methods.
simon at unisolve.com.au
Wed Oct 30 22:31:42 CST 2002
> In fact, it's not only cleaner and more programmer friendly, it's
> also *faster*, especially for long chains. On my system, the exceptions
> code only uses 8.5 CPU seconds to run the tests below, but the
> checking code requires 11.4 CPU seconds. (800MHz Duron, Perl 5.6.1)
OK, *that* got my attention.
These results, if they hold true in general usage, suggest a good way to
wrench more speed out of perl/Tk applications, where the chains can be very
Are we archiving these messages? This is good stuff!
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