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Published: Jul 22 2010 / 16:42

For a very long time I have wondered if there were any real benefits between Perl, PHP or Python from a performance standpoint – I dabble in all 3 and realize that its perfectly possible to write bad code in all three (luckily I’m equally bad at all three). So after much wondering I have decided to answer the question for myself once and for all. I am going to perform three tests that I think typify the use cases for all three languages, I am also going to code the same tests in C and in static HTML.
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OIS replied ago:

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worst test ever?

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madth3 replied ago:

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Possibly...

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rickbuitenman replied ago:

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"three tests that I think typify the use cases for all three languages"

Yeah, right.

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