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Does any of you know FOR CERTAIN if

Local $variable

and

Local $variable=""

produce EXACTLY the same C++ code/effect at runtime?I mean, by writing the second one, I am assuming the interpretor is smart enough to consider it identical to the first and not give me any speed overhead..

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Does any of you know FOR CERTAIN if

Local $variable

and

Local $variable=""

produce EXACTLY the same C++ code/effect at runtime?I mean, by writing the second one, I am assuming the interpretor is smart enough to consider it identical to the first and not give me any speed overhead..

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AutoIt script are not compile in the sense of generating binary code. It produce pseudo code. so the $variable="" generate more work to do. So Jdickens is right when he say little quicker :whistle:
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Yep..you're right, thanx for your replies..

@jpm

I am perfectly aware that it doesn't produce machine-code, that's why I said it produces C++ code..(it calls it at runtime) :whistle:

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Yep..you're right, thanx for your replies..

@jpm

I am perfectly aware that it doesn't produce machine-code, that's why I said it produces C++ code..(it calls it at runtime) :dance:

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it is not producing even a c++ code but as I say pseudo code based on autoit language :whistle:
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