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There's also Thrift, but I don't know how its perl bindings stand up speed-wise. JSON::XS gets my second, because it's easy and the XS parser is relatively fast.

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In reply to Re: Best technique to code/decode binary data for inter-machine communication? by stonecolddevin
in thread Best technique to code/decode binary data for inter-machine communication? by flexvault

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