[Originally posted by Alexandre Locas]
Is it better :
1.To have one big 1000 lines ASP script that call itself by passing a parameter
2.To have about 10 different ASP scripts that will maybe have 200 lines of
Is the perfomance gain using the method #2 worth the extra code needed to
use method #2???
[Originally posted by FreeVBCode.com]
Performance on a web site depends on many factors.ÿ In most cases, however, you probably won't notice a difference in performance between scenario 1 and scenario 2.ÿ If you are developing a high-volume web site that does expensive things such as creating many objects, you might want to benchmark the two scenarios.ÿ Otherwise, the real issue here is probably code maintainability, not performance.
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