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Monday February 23, 2009
10:51 AM

Perl benchmarks: Nested data structures

[ #38538 ]

The conclusion first: Nested arrays and hashes in Perl are slow. They get slower the more levels you nest. For most applications this won't be a problem, but if you cache values in a hash, you might want to use as few levels of nesting as possible.

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By the way, I've enabled comments on my blog - let's see how that goes...

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