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Re^4: Question about the most efficient way to read Apache log files without All-In-One Modules from CPAN (personal learning exercise)

by lulz (Initiate)
on Jun 17, 2015 at 19:13 UTC ( #1130865=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


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Thanks for your reply!

A quick question dealing with the internal workings of what you wrote:

I understand that the split function can take any expression as its element then operate on the scalar, but what would be the more nuanced differences, particularly with memory usage and processing speed, if any, between using split and a general pattern match?

Thanks!

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Re^5: Question about the most efficient way to read Apache log files without All-In-One Modules from CPAN (personal learning exercise)
by karlgoethebier (Prior) on Jun 17, 2015 at 19:53 UTC

    You can measure the speed of your code with the time command. Or use Time::HiRes. Or Benchmark. See also Devel::Size and Devel::NYTProf.

    And don't forget to try Super Search. I'm sure that you will find many examples that use time, Benchmark, Time::HiRes, Devel::Size and Devel::NYTProf.

    Regards, Karl

    «The Crux of the Biscuit is the Apostrophe»

      Thank you!

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