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Inline is a recent module, which simplifies the creation of C-libraries in
conjunction with your Perl-program. The difference with
The example above is rather complicated; when
Inline compiles the code when it is seen first. Then it is slow, but the next time the same code is detected, it is not recompiled, but a cached version is used. Really neat. Besides, the documentation of the modules is excellent and understandable by normal human beings.
Created by Mark Overmeer with PPresenter on 5 august 2001.