What kind of performance difference will i see between code being run through the debugger as opposed to creating a standalone project for checking?
This is working on the premise that there are no watch points or break points active and i am just checking through the running state.
Should this be a concern on a small test project ?
i am continually improving my code as i go, as and when i establish better ways to achieve the same goal. but does this :-
execute any faster than this :-
apart from readability, is it any less efficient to declare things as you go ?
//do something here