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Re^3: Tied Hashes vs. Objectsby BrowserUk (Pope)
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As it had been a long time since I'd performed this kind of benchmark, I did one:
show that using the object interface saves 1 microsecond per key, spread across all 5 operations performed on each key/value, Say 1/5th of a microsecond (0.0000002) per operation. You need to be doing billions of hash operations -- with almost no other associated processing -- for that to become a significant part of your time costs.
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