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Thanks for the example! I'll check it out.

I'm sorry I provided the wrong link. The code I wrote comes from this code taken directly from the examples directory of the threads CPAN distro by JDHEDDEN. It's called

The block by block comparison of files which you proposed is actually part of my next approach. I may be able to forgo the need to digest the file content altogether and get a real speed boost by only reading as many bytes from a file as I need to in order to tell that it's different. Much less IO required.

A mistake can be valuable or costly, depending on how faithfully you pursue correction

In reply to Re^4: Threaded Code Not Faster Than Non-Threaded -- Why? (meat) by Tommy
in thread Threaded Code Not Faster Than Non-Threaded -- Why? by Tommy

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