I was getting a typical 2.5% more for pure PHP with the original order -
switching them increases the difference to about 6.5% more for pure PHP.
Make sure you run it several times before drawing any conclusions, BTW.
Marcelo Leitner wrote:
>On Mon, Jun 03, 2002 at 05:18:50AM +0300, Bogdan Stancescu wrote:
>>This whole discussion made me really curious - so you might want to
>>check the attachments (access mixtest.php) for a very surprising result
>>(please note mixed.php and pure.php are exactly the same size so this
>>doesn't affect the test).
>---end quoted text---
>But try inverting the order of the test, first test the pure, then the
>mixed.. they will get almost equal..
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