tjreedy at udel.edu
Wed Aug 3 21:58:51 CEST 2005
"Mage" <mage at mage.hu> wrote in message news:42F11EC9.9060603 at mage.hu...
> Thank you, I will check this out. My company will switch to a jsp site.
> Isn't jython slower (I mean performance) than java? As well as I
> understand jython code will be interpreted twice.
I believe only in the sense that Java is interpreted twice: once to compile
to Java bytecode and again, as often as you want, to run the bytecode
(assuming that it is kept around, just as .pyc files are).
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