PHP’s @ hurts performance

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As a “take away” information taken from this post https://gist.github.com/nikic/6699370 (by famous PHP core developer @nikita_ppv), it appears like the @ sign in PHP (used to “hide” errors, as the “error-suppression operator” it is) also disables the “compiled variables” optimization (OpCode caching).


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