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Dave

Thank you for trying so hard and so patiently to inject facts into this thread. The irony of you being accused of making inflammatory statements is rich. Thanks for all your great work on Perl, some of us really appreciate it.

Grant


In reply to Re^15: Our perl/xs/c app is 30% slower with 64bit 5.24.0, than with 32bit 5.8.9. Why? by grantm
in thread Our perl/xs/c app is 30% slower with 64bit 5.24.0, than with 32bit 5.8.9. Why? by Anonymous Monk

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