On 12-01-23 01:32 PM, Alex Nikitin wrote:
If you don't mind me asking, if you want performance, which is kind of
essential if you are processing a large number of files, why are you
doing it in PHP?

The trouble with programmers is that you can never tell what a
programmer is doing until it’s too late.  ~Seymour Cray

Hi Alex,

If you're processing a large number of files, the bottleneck could just as likely be the hard drive read/write and not so much PHP. And what's a large number of files? 50? 100? 1000? 1000000? Remember, PHP internal functions are usually wrappers around compiled C code... the shuffling around in the PHP engine itself can be quite tiny.

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