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OK, let's not arbitrarily turn something into a function call that doesn't have to be, and, more importantly, let's recognize the overhead of loading a module:
use Benchmark qw(cmpthese); cmpthese(-2, { fs => sub { delete $INC{'File/'}; require File::Slurp; + File::Slurp->import(); $x = read_file("foo") }, is => sub { $x = do { local (@ARGV, $/) = "foo"; <> }; } }); --- $ perl5.6.0 Benchmark: running fs, is, each for at least 2 CPU seconds... fs: 3 wallclock secs ( 2.08 usr + 0.11 sys = 2.19 CPU) @ 26 +6.67/s (n=584) is: 2 wallclock secs ( 1.16 usr + 0.86 sys = 2.02 CPU) @ 47 +311.39/s (n=95569) Rate fs is fs 267/s -- -99% is 47311/s 17642%
And, yes, I am being a little tongue in cheek with that... but the point is: benchmarks are what you make of them.
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In reply to Re^2: use File::Slurp for (!"speed"); by etcshadow
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