add() & set()
howachen at gmail.com
Tue Oct 24 03:34:49 UTC 2006
On 10/24/06, Brad Fitzpatrick <brad at danga.com> wrote:
> Same speed.
> Use whichever's appropriate for your needs.
> On Tue, 24 Oct 2006, howard chen wrote:
> > hi,
> > from the web:
> > set -- unconditionally sets a given key with a given value
> > (update_foo() should use this)
> > add -- adds to the cache, only if it doesn't already exist (get_foo()
> > should use this)
> > is that add() is faster than set() ?
> > since in most case, set() is enough, even for get_foo()
> > thanks.
becoz is was a little bit confusing on the web page:
add -- adds to the cache, only if it doesn't already exist (get_foo()
should use this)
but the perl example above, sub get_foo_object , is using set()
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