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Hi all, here i am again :)
Well, i will try to be as clear as i can.
Using the benchmark module , allow us to compare running times of Perl code, ok, now what i want to do is compare diferent programing languages, but just for web programing. Then, for example i have a perl , an asp and a php code. All of them will be in same machine, and all of them will do the same.
Ok now the question is, Is there already a way to do something like this?
And if there isn't, then can anyone give me some advice
about how to do that :) Thanx
Dreams they just disapear into the shadows,
then they become true....

In reply to Benchmark running times of diferents languages in web programing by shadox

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