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[Tinycc-devel] performances test

From: bertie
Subject: [Tinycc-devel] performances test
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2006 18:51:05 +0200
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Here's a benchmarking of several compiled/pre-compiled/interpreted languages, 
on a "hello world" program.

   NASM FASM GCC Tcc Pascal Fortran DASH Tcc (interpreted)
   Lua (interpreted) Gambas KSH Perl C++  Lua (pr├ęcompiled)
   Ada ZSH TCSH Tcl BASH PHP Python Lush Java

Tcc is doin' good. Add to this it compiles faster than GCC and offers a very 
small size compiler... Very impressive. Not to mention it can interpret C, a 
very good feature that is included within the tests too!

I can't believe java is 26 times slower. In other words when a java 
application is launched, in the meantime you could start 26 applications
written in C. Sad fact, the Java virtual machine shows the same gap on 

The results are here:


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