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Old 28/12/2018, 08:01 PM   #101
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but can someone explain me something now is izcmd only faster version of zcmd and how we can know it that it faster
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but can someone explain me something now is izcmd only faster version of zcmd and how we can know it that it faster
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[QUOTE=cuber;4074102][img]https://camo.githubusercontent.com/b3f2134c0de5e77d53de33b82200ec2a9a096ddb/687474703a2f2f692e696d6775722e636f6d2f735659394742 642e706e67[/img][/QUOTE]

I’ve explained before why that graph is totally useless, even with context (which you’ve totally removed).

“The fastest” is meaningless. Anyone can write the “fastest” command processor, but if it is at the expense of features and ease of use, it is pointless.
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