nospam at invalid.com
Thu Aug 7 09:01:53 CEST 2008
I think what makes more sense is to compare the code one most
typically writes. In my case, I always use range() and never use psyco.
But I guess for most of my work with Python performance hasn't been
a issue. I haven't got to write any large systems with Python yet, where
performance starts to matter.
> That Python code is bad, it contains range() instead of xrange, the
> big loop is in the main code instead of inside a function, uses ==
> None, etc. That person can try this (with Psyco), I have changed very
> little, the code is essentially the same:
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