Try

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sun Jul 27 06:19:07 EDT 2008


Hi David,

I am using the try control structure in a plugin, which sometimes runs  
tens or hundreds of times per second, and I haven't experienced any  
noticeable speed issues.

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On 27 jul 2008, at 12:05, David Bovill wrote:

> Does anyone know what the speed implications of wrapping a long  
> complicated
> script in a try statement is? I have an optional tidy routine that  
> would be
> useful to use before exporting - but due to its nature there may be  
> errors.
> Is there any need to be cautious in using "try" routines for  
> performance
> issues, or is it in general harmeless and you can go around  
> sprinkling them
> everywhere?




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