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"Rate" column shows how many times it could process in one second. Verbose2 is the fastest.

"This chart is sorted from slowest to fastest ..."

How about think of map in conjunction with lisp? Sometimes I see lisp conscious scripts at this perlmonk. For example moritz's max tree depth in this thread, or like this one, recently posted. And several times I saw the name of book 'High Order Perl', which I have not yet read...


In reply to Re^5: Efficiency of map vs. more verbose basic/fundamental code by remiah
in thread Efficiency of map vs. more verbose basic/fundamental code by marquezc329

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