I'm relatively new to perl (OK, a complete newbie), but after looking at the same program written in C, I got much different results.
330ms and 350ms user time. Is there a way in perl to force inlining of functions? Or maybe this just points out a place for improvements in the compiler...
(which, I understand, due to the interpreted nature of perl, is neccessarily minimal, but would this be a quick-fix job?)
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