RE: Speed in Languages and Browser Architectures
> > > If you really need raw speed C or C++ will be always faster > than Java. > > No, it won't. It has been proved false by counterexample that > C/C++ will > *always* be faster than Java. On some problems, Java already > is faster than C or C++. And even if it were true in theory, it wouldn't be true in practice. The XSLT experience was that it took three or four times as long to produce a working processor in C as in Java, and while the C developers were debugging their memory management, the Java developers were devising* new optimizations. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ (devizing? doesn't look right. American spelling confuses me.)
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