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Am I reading those graphs correctly?

  1. The fastest P5/CSV_XS takes 0.010 seconds for 50,000 records.
  2. The fastest P6 implementation uses Inline::P5 and CSV_XS to achieve 1.953 seconds to do the same thing. 195X or 19,500% slower.
  3. The fastest P6 that doesn't resort to I::P5 and XS takes 3.443 seconds. 344X or 34,430% slower.

Hm. "Seriously faster" is a relative term!


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In reply to Re: [Perl6] just got seriously faster by BrowserUk
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