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From:colbey Date:July 27 2003 7:29pm
Subject:Re: functions
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Also keep in mind.. even if for example PHP was faster with certain
functions.. Take that time + the time to pull the data from mysql and set
it up for manipulation via PHP could be more than asking mysql to do all
the work and just return a small resultset..

Just use a simple timer class to write 2 different scripts and time them..


On Sun, 27 Jul 2003, Doruk Fisek wrote:

> Hi,
>
>  I am developing applications using PHP and MySQL.
>
>  There are various functions in MySQL that is also implemented in PHP. Such
> as date arithmetic, string, numeric, etc...
>
>  Do I get better performance if I do them in MySQL (or PHP) and why?
>
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