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    Quote Originally Posted by lruc View Post
    Right sorry about that. I mean CGI with C when I say that.
    And it's highly likely to make little difference, for the reasons I explained above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matsp View Post
    And it's highly likely to make little difference, for the reasons I explained above.

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    Depends on the application again. If it does something relatively CPU intense, then C(++) could give a big boost in performance. If it doesn't (like a forum system), then the difference is small.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxorator View Post
    Depends on the application again. If it does something relatively CPU intense, then C(++) could give a big boost in performance. If it doesn't (like a forum system), then the difference is small.
    So your saying CGI with C is at least faster than PHP. That pretty much changes my vote to using CGI. Then again, any excuse would have done. I just wanted to use C.
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    You could write it in assembly to get even more speed... but like matsp pointed out, you probably won't notice any difference, and PHP is far easier.

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