|Intermediate compiling firstname.lastname@example.org (Niklas Elmqvist) (1996-11-10)|
|Re: Intermediate compiling kuznetso@MIT.EDU (1996-11-12)|
|Re: Intermediate compiling dgay@barnowl.CS.Berkeley.EDU (1996-11-12)|
|Re: Intermediate compiling J.C.Highfield@maybeso.demon.co.uk (Julian Highfield) (1996-11-18)|
|From:||Julian Highfield <J.C.Highfield@maybeso.demon.co.uk>|
|Date:||18 Nov 1996 00:22:22 -0500|
David Gay writes:
> But the advice about reusing an existing language is good (though I
> would personally avoid TCL because it will be hard to do something if
> the performance becomes a problem).
My experience with Tcl was that when you start hitting a bottleneck in
the interpreted script you write a C version of the bottleneck and
register it as a command in Tcl. So your troublesome loop (or
whatever) becomes a single Tcl command and runs a lot faster.
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