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Jesse Tie Ten Quee highos at cadvision.com
Sun Jun 11 17:36:32 PDT 2000


Yo,

> Would bash script be faster than C? or perl?

Bash is good for one reason, it's a simple script that doesn't need to be
recompiled like a C program would and that it's not bloated like perl (duckes
the falmes)

Now, the ultimate solution would be to have your shell scripts on a database and
just execute the programs that need be i know for the DB that was written for
Olympus there was talk about seeing what kind of improved that would do on
startup.

.HIghoS

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