interpreter executing the same program: even a 10:1 ratio is not
uncommon. Interpreting code is slower than running the compiled code
because the interpreter must analyse each statement in the program
each time it is executed and then perform the desired action whereas
the compiled code just performs the action. This run-time analysis is
known as "interpretive overhead."
systems is sequential: the document is processed from front to back
(in document order) and the input content is composed onto the output
pages so that the information is presented basically in the same order
in which it was input.
both in terms of CPU resources and memory. . . . implementations
of functional languages have begun to emphasize speed as well as
the problem and leaves the solution to the interpreting software. The
interpreting software is also responsible for optimizing performance.
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