Python vs. Perl vs. PHP?

Wilk wilkSPAM at OUTflibuste.net
Thu Jul 31 09:38:17 CEST 2003


faizan at jaredweb.com (Fazer) writes:

> Graham Breed <usenet at microtonal.co.uk> wrote in message news:<FzRVa.11353$R14.4280 at news-binary.blueyonder.co.uk>...
>> Diez B. Roggisch wrote:
>> 
>> > http://www.bagley.org/~doug/shootout/craps.shtml
>> > 
>> > Python is place 13, with a speed index of 578. PHP is second last (before
>> > bash) and has a speed index of 197.
>> 
>> Those benchmarks are doubly useless for the question at hand.  Firstly, 
>> they only test command line applications.  Secondly, PHP is compiled 
>> without optimizations because the rules state that only the default 
>> configuration can be used.  See question 8 of the FAQ:
>> 
>> http://www.bagley.org/~doug/shootout/faq.shtml
>> 
>> 
>>                       Graham
>
> Yeah, I read the FAQ as well.  I am basically looking for a FAST
> alternative to PHP meaning the responce time is fast.  Do you think
> that Python with using the CGI module is a good solution?

It depends what you mean by fast, and which kind of task you'll to
do...
If you really need fast answer, you'll need to use a webserver or
mod-python to keep the data in memory.
If you need fast execution, you can code a part in C.

bye

-- 
William Dode - http://flibuste.net




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