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I ran

perl -le "use Time::HiRes qw( time ); $t1=time; eval 'use LWP::UserAge +nt; use HTTP::Request::Common;'; $t2=time; print $t2-$t1"
a couple of times, and got
0.0728998184204102 0.0660429000854492 0.0670039653778076 0.0661859512329102

That means you'd save at most 70ms every time the script is run. I've waited longer than the time you'd save per day for a single PerlMonks page to load :) If you're that desperate for speed, you should switch to mod_perl, FastCGI, or similar

In reply to Re^7: Why am I getting "premature end of script header"? by ikegami
in thread Why am I getting "premature end of script header"? by lokiloki

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