As it is a compile first, execute later interpreter it will in practice not 
slow down your code.
Of course if your script has only a very small amount of flat code (no 
loops/function calls) and a huge amount of comments (tens of KB) then it 
could theoretically make a difference but in reality it doesn't.


At 09:05 PM 1/13/2001 +0100, Moritz Petersen wrote:
>I am wondering, since php is an interpreted language, if it slows down the
>more comments are inside a sourcecode or not.
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