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I get this output from your code. Is that good, bad or ugly?

null: 6.63, work: 7.41, delta: 0.77 null: 6.45, work: 7.60, delta: 1.14 null: 6.41, work: 7.36, delta: 0.95 null: 6.49, work: 7.25, delta: 0.77 null: 6.47, work: 7.41, delta: 0.93 null: 6.52, work: 7.37, delta: 0.85 null: 6.38, work: 7.30, delta: 0.93 null: 6.44, work: 7.22, delta: 0.78 null: 6.49, work: 7.38, delta: 0.89 null: 6.50, work: 7.29, delta: 0.79

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In reply to Re^9: "Automated" benchmarking by BrowserUk
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