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Dan Bornstein <danfuzz@xxxxxxxx> writes: > I know it's not hard scientific evidence, but at the company I currently > work for, we have a Scheme-based engine generating web pages, which uses > string-append in a fairly naive but straightforward way. It was way too > slow, and that slowness was largely accounted for by time taken up in > string-append. For what it's worth, I have a little Scheme-based html generation program (don't we all :) that suffered from this very problem. I ended up dropping string-append completely. I built a tree of strings, opened output to the target file, and just walked the tree with `display'. Perhaps this is what you meant by implementing string-append/shared at a higher level. That's pretty high, though. Mike -- Mike Wilson cmwilson@xxxxxxxxxx Debian GNU/Linux! senseitachi wa boku wo fuan ni suru kedo sore hodo taisetsuna kotoba wa nakatta --The Blue Hearts [shounen no shi]