Pardon my English - I don't know Chinese. :(
That's the worst comparison benchmarks I've ever seen.
DAMN - they've moved it. Anyone got a better link? The only
one I could find was
Basically, JSP came in dead LAST in a benchmark. PHP was about
3 times faster doing the same stuff (running a simulated "real world"
If you want to run empty loops in 4 seconds, use JSP. To run real web
apps, run PHP.
What hardware were they running? What version of PHP? What
speed processors? Why loop 20,000 in one, but 1,000 in another? Why
keep track of 2 counter variables in JSP and PHP, but 3 in ASP? There
are WAY too many problems with this to be taken seriously at all. I
base a technical career decision on this info.
>Hi all in the list :
>I read an news that said jsp/asp.net is better than php..
>They made a test that asp/php/jsp/asp.net using "for loops",
>Jsp from 1 to 20000 takes only 4 secs
>Asp from 1 to 2000 (not 20000) takes 72 secs
>Php from 1 to 2000 (not 20000) takes 68 secs
>Asp.Net from 1 to 20000 takes only 3.5~3.8 secs...
>So is it time to learn jsp/asp+ instead of learning php ..???
>I am so confused ~
>I have been learning php for a while and now it said jsp/asp+ is better
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