in reply to Re: Word replace - notetab light vs perlin thread Word replace - notetab light vs perl
Did you mean the following?
$start = new Benchmark;
open(FH, "wrongs") or die $!;
open(FH2, ">wrongs2") or die $!;
$lines = <FH>;
$counted2 = $lines =~ s/wrongs/wrongs4/g;
print FH2 "$lines";
$/ = "\n";
$end = new Benchmark;
# calculate difference
$diff = timediff($end, $start);
print "replaced: $counted2 The operation took: " , timestr($diff, 'all
A drawback of such optimization - no-one now can improve that code, because it is highly complicated.
Well, this is not the only place on where perl has good speed abilities.
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