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Converting perl script to c or c++

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I'm running a couple of perl scripts on my website which
my sysop claims is taxing the cpu heavily.  He's asked me
to convert these scripts to c.  What's involved with this
process?
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You can get the Perl Compiler by Malcom Beattie

http://users.ox.ac.uk/~mbeattie/perl.html

I have used it, and it works pretty well =)

Or you can convert your Perl scripts to C ``by hand''.  The Perl compiler said above is the only way to convert your Perl to C by a program or script.
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