If you have a lot of code to process, it may be longer but,
if it's a class include, it's very fast to load ..
I've got classes about 60Kb, and the average for processing a page (from
loading to the html output) is less than 5ms...

"Khalid El-Kary" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> a écrit dans le message de news:
> hi,
> I wanted to ask about if big include files affect the speed of the script
> Normally, it should, but i heared that PHP stores the parsed result of
> scripts in memory since the first run for next usage, is that true? and if
> not, does parsing 21 KB very time, really affects the speed?
> thanx
> khalid
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