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Benchmarks on sorting and serializing associative arrays vs classes in PHP

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Larry Garfield, director of developer experience at Platform.sh, published some interesting numbers on arrays vs classes.

The first thing we can conclude is that if the one and only thing you care about is serialization/deserialization performance, associative arrays still win. They're the most time efficient by more than 50%, and the most space efficient by up to 20%. The second thing we can conclude is that stdClass should be used basically never. It's slower and more memory intensive than arrays in every circumstance. Just don't go there.

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