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Re: Lies, Damn Lies and Benchmarks
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The final example isn't a recommendation -- it's an explanation of why the original benchmark was doing what it did and why it was giving counterintuitive results. Though I'll agree that it probably could have used a "don't try this at home" kind of warning, given the implications of the PERLSUB excerpt.
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