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Update: Another quantum leap brought to you by Inline::C and <time.h> for a 2500% increase over Date::Parse::str2time. Fast enough, I trust?

Updated with BrowserUk's method

This one's a natural for split (prior to getting really funky)

Benchmark code

#!/usr/bin/env perl use 5.012; use warnings; use Benchmark qw/cmpthese/; use Date::Parse; # str2time use Time::Local qw/timegm_nocheck/; my %mon; @mon{qw/Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec/} = 0..11; # For BrowserUk's sub use constant MONTHS => { qw[ Jan 0 Feb 31 Mar 59 Apr 90 May 120 Jun 151 Jul 181 Aug 212 Sep 242 Oct 272 Nov 303 Dec 334 ] }; use Inline C => q@ int epoch_sec(char * date) { char *tz_str = date + 26; struct tm tm; int tz; if ( strlen(date) != 31 || strptime(date, "%a, %d %b %Y %T", &tm) == NULL || sscanf(tz_str, "%d", &tz) != 1) { printf("Invalid date %s\n", date); return 0; } return timegm(&tm) - (tz < 0 ? -1 : 1)*(abs(tz)/100*3600 + abs(tz)%100*60); } @; our $date = "Fri, 01 Mar 2013 01:21:14 +0200"; cmpthese(-3, { str2time => sub { str2time($date) }, split_nocheck => sub { my (undef, $dd, $Mm, $yyyy, $hh, $mm, $ss, $tz) = split /[ ,:]+/o, $date; timegm_nocheck($ss, $mm, $hh, $dd, $mon{$Mm}, $yyyy) - ($tz < 0 ? -1 : 1)*(substr($tz,1,2)*3600 + substr($tz,3) +*60) }, BrowserUk => sub { my( $d, $m, $y, $H, $M, $S, $tz ) = $date =~ m/^.... (\d\d) (...) (\d\d\d\d) (\d\d):(\d\d):(\d\d) ([+-] +\d{4})/ or die "Bad format $date"; my $leaps = int( ($y - 1970) / 4 + 0.5 ); (((($y-1970)*365 +$leaps+MONTHS->{$m}+($d-1))*24 +$H)*60 +$M)* +60 +$S - ($tz < 0 ? -1 : 1)*(substr($tz,1,2)*3600 + substr($tz,3) +*60) }, inline_c => sub { epoch_sec($date) }, });

Output:

Rate str2time split_nocheck BrowserUk +inline_c str2time 16554/s -- -87% -93% + -96% split_nocheck 126315/s 663% -- -45% + -71% BrowserUk 229820/s 1288% 82% -- + -47% inline_c 437015/s 2540% 246% 90% + --

In reply to Re: High-speed Date Formatting by rjt
in thread *SOLVED* High-speed Date Formatting by Endless

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