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Do you really need all 200 columns when you select? If not, you could select only those that you do need and save yourself some bandwidth. Also, I don't know if it's faster than fetchrow_hashref, but I like to use fetch like so when I need access to the columns by name
my @fields = qw(foo bar baz); my %results; $sth->execute(); $sth->bind_columns(@results{@fields}); while( $sth->fetch() ) { #your results will be available in %results }
Maybe I should benchmark it...


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