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Aha! Moving the glob out of the loops (using Ambrus's code) gave the expected results:
/etc/ contains 311 files Benchmark: running Ordinary, Schwartzian, Strange for at least 5 CPU s +econds... Ordinary: 5 wallclock secs ( 1.47 usr + 4.09 sys = 5.56 CPU) @ 99 +.28/s (n=552) Schwartzian: 5 wallclock secs ( 3.95 usr + 1.13 sys = 5.08 CPU) @ 3 +33.46/s (n=1694) Strange: 5 wallclock secs ( 4.01 usr + 1.12 sys = 5.13 CPU) @ 35 +9.06/s (n=1842)

/bin/ contains 111 files Benchmark: running Ordinary, Schwartzian, Strange for at least 5 CPU s +econds... Ordinary: 5 wallclock secs ( 1.30 usr + 3.98 sys = 5.28 CPU) @ 34 +8.86/s (n=1842) Schwartzian: 6 wallclock secs ( 3.97 usr + 1.45 sys = 5.42 CPU) @ 9 +79.89/s (n=5311) Strange: 5 wallclock secs ( 3.84 usr + 1.46 sys = 5.30 CPU) @ 11 +45.85/s (n=6073)
One thing, If I used "/usr/bin" or any other path with a '/' in the middle it went haywire. Thanks a lot for all the help everybody!

In reply to Re^2: Benchmark, -s versus schwartzian by Darby
in thread Benchmark, -s versus schwartzian by Darby

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