No, it's server side.
Only if you flush some kind of content, with parts of the script waiting
to be executed after these contents are 'used' by the user. This would not
affect in how much time certain script lines are executed (since it's the
server who process them), but the overall execution time could be affected
based on the connection speed.
Like, 10 seconds for modem users and 2 or 4 seconds for cable connections.
But I have never seen a script that would use this technique...
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> Is the php engine slowed by users with a slow connection?
> Charles Killmer
> IIS 5.0 Win 2000 Server PHP 4.1.0
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