Im not so convinced that its not appropriate to compare the two. I just think its inappropriate to do such a limited comparison, without showing your data, and then derive such grandiose claims from it.

Id like to a see a comprehensive comparison of the various regex engines out there. One that includes all the features that all of the engines can handle, so you tell which engine does what.

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$world=~s/war/peace/g


In reply to Re^2: Benchmarks aren't everything by demerphq
in thread Benchmarks aren't everything by tilly

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