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Old 19th October 2020
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Default Which Programming Languages Use the Least Electricity?

Which Programming Languages Use the Least Electricity?
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A faster language is not always the most energy efficient.
Java is not that bad when it comes to performance and energy efficiency, but of course uses a lot of memory.
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Without any surprise, C and C++ are killers.
Java makes a pretty decent job as a non-compiled language.
Pascal surprises me, I would have thought he would have worse results.
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Without any surprise, C and C++ are killers.
Java makes a pretty decent job as a non-compiled language.
Pascal surprises me, I would have thought he would have worse results.
Java is compiled to intermediate bytecode then interpreted by JVM.
I wonder which JDK they used (proprietary Oracle JDK or OpenJDK) and JVM.
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