Perl strict Benchmark

This is a Example-Benchmark about to turn off things you don’t need in Perl:

Our Result:

Maybe a good solution is to use it to check your code and then to comment it out, maybe with a debug variable, for this take a look at Perl Debug Output.

(This is just an Example, don’t turn of use strict.)

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