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redisgn for performance enhance.

Hi experts,

I have a problem which is a bit unclear at this point of the time. I have a program with two subroutines and its performance is very poor. So we decided to redesign it into three different individual programs. One for each subroutine and a'HAT' program which calls these two programs. Please let me know if this enhances the performance and if it is feasible.

regards,

anirvesh

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 03:21 PM

    I don't think adding complexity will enhance performance. But it may, if you'll be doing parallel processing. Can you post your original code?

    Rob

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      adding one more subroutine would mean one more level to the call stack and extra memory consumption; won't improve performance. Subroutines are used for modularization and readability of code (except Perform on commit subroutines).

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