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by gods
on Feb 11, 2000 at 00:06 UTC( #3333=superdoc: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
I've written this into my code and it works perfectly! :-) I'll tweak it a bit and get it working with the other features in my module. But that's exactly what I was after. Big ++ !!!

I'm just running a benchmark now to see a comparasion against the alternative solution of returning files as arrays.

I intend to leave both methods in the module so it gives the user the choice of streaming or returning via arrays.

Here are the benchmark results:
Rate stream array stream 76.1/s -- -14% array 88.7/s 17% -- Rate stream array stream 79.8/s -- -5% array 83.9/s 5% -- Rate stream array stream 72.2/s -- -10% array 80.2/s 11% --
As you can see returning via array's is faster.

Once again a big thank you!

Dean
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In reply to Re: Re: Streaming to Handles (iterator) by crabbdean
in thread Streaming to Handles by crabbdean

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