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From:Ee Loon Date:August 3 1999 4:45pm
Subject:RE: mysql vs. text file
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 i have a efficiency question. i have a web applicaion
 that will display the best 10 scores from a table.

  Each time a user enter to this site, i will produce
 the best 10 scores. would it be more effiecient to
 query the DB once everyday and store the 10 best
 results in a file so that the web application can
 access this file OR would it be more efficient for
 the web application to query the DB each time a user
 enter the site?

Ee Liaw 

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