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According to the official Documentation on
> The difference is clear to see and the dereferencing approach is slower.

Dereferencing Variables is slower than Passing the References through.

Therefore a Code like:

package MyClass1; sub newFunctionName { #Doing my stuff } sub oldFunctionName { my $self = shift; $self->newFunctionName(@_); }

As you would do it in other Programming Languages. Will be slower than the goto Implementation:

package MyClass2; sub newFunctionName { #Doing the stuff } sub oldFunctionName { goto &newFunctionName; }

That is what I exactly was looking for but couldn't find any concrete Example for it.

This makes Sense because in the MyClass1::oldFunctionName() implemention the $self variable must be created in memory first which consumes CPU Processing Time.
Which is confirmed by the official Documentation.

In reply to Re^3: Number of times I've used goto in Perl by HugoNo1
in thread Number of times I've used goto in Perl by vroom

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