david at openpartnership.net
Sun Jul 27 06:05:21 EDT 2008
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
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