On 12-08-14 10:41 AM, Tedd Sperling wrote:
On Aug 13, 2012, at 10:59 AM, Robert Cummings <rob...@interjinn.com> wrote:

On 12-08-10 04:42 PM, Tedd Sperling wrote:
On Aug 10, 2012, at 1:21 PM, Ege Sert├žetin <sertce...@itu.edu.tr> wrote:

Hi. My question will maybe out of topic, I'm sorry.
How can you know that one way will be much slower than other one? I mean, how 
can I learn which function is faster before I test it?

Ege:

No your question is on topic.

This question should be asked on the list, so I'll present Q:A instead of 
answering privately

http://www.webbytedd.com/b/timed1/

The code is there -- if you have questions, please post them to the list.

Ted,

Please see the current signature for microtime():

    mixed microtime ([ bool $get_as_float = false ] )

The optional paramter was added in PHP 5.0.0. I think it's safe to update your 
habits :)

Cheers,
Rob.

Rob:

Fixed.

Thanks -- my habits are always in a state of being updated -- just ask my wife.

I'm not sure if you're making a joke, but your changes have no effect. You've merely explicitly stated the optional parameter's default value. What I had meant was to change the following:

<?php

$starttime = microtime();
$startarray = explode(" ", $starttime);
$starttime = $startarray[1] + $startarray[0];

?>

To the following :)

<?php

$starttime = microtime( true );

?>

Cheers,
Rob.
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