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Re^2: [Perl6] just got seriously faster

by Anonymous Monk
on Aug 05, 2017 at 15:48 UTC ( #1196801=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Even setting aside XS, the fastest P6 vs P5 is 3.009/0.121=24.9, which is still pathetic. But there must be something wrong with their methodology, because they have Rust taking 0.000 seconds to C's 0.002, which is absurd.
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Re^3: [Perl6] just got seriously faster
by Tux (Abbot) on Aug 07, 2017 at 06:39 UTC

    For C and Rust and less for the next few, the testing set is too small to be significant. Process management and system load have way more effect of these than on the others. If I however make the test-set bigger, the slower processes would take too much time.

    I already tried to subtract startup-time, but as the startup-time is about the same as the runtime, and so low that noise has more impact than the actual run-time, it is more like an indication that these processes are significant faster than the rest.

    Also note that the goal of these graphs are to show relative speed between the perl methods available. I added the other languages later out of curiosity.

    Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

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