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From: paul at prescod.net (Paul Prescod)
Date: Sat, 24 Apr 1999 06:04:43 GMT
Subject: Python too slow for real world
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Justin Sheehy wrote:
>
> > (And... How about builtin regexes in P2?)
>
> In all seriousness, what reason do you have for making that
> suggestion? I am willing to believe that there might be a good reason
> to do so, but it certainly isn't immediately obvious.
One benefit would be that the compiler could compile regexps at the same
time everything else is being compiled.
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