"/a" is not "/a" ?

Paul Rubin http
Sat Mar 7 08:57:10 CET 2009

alex23 <wuwei23 at gmail.com> writes:
> But _you_ only _just_ stated "It does have some (generally small)
> performance ramifications as
> well" and provided timing examples to show it. Without qualification.

The performance difference can be large if the objects are (for
example) long lists.

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