Zaxon Posted February 24, 2005 Share Posted February 24, 2005 Normally, compiled versions of code run much faster than interpret code. But the compiled version of AutoIt code may well be the AutoIt3.exe combined with a version of the original script which is then interpreted in real time. My tests indicate that the execution speed is very similar whether you are running a raw script or its compiled equivalent. This leads me to believe that compiled code is interpreted on the fly. Can anyone confirm that raw and compiled code have a similar execution speed? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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