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Where can I find performance benchmarks for Java vs C#?

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Hi,
   I'm looking for some type of performance benchmarks that compare Java to other OO languages such as C# and C++.  Where can I find these?

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The last comprehensive one I had seen was http://www.shudo.net/jit/perf/ back in 2004 (.net 1.1 and Java 5 I believe)
After this - there had been a lot of features performance comparisons but nothing really comprehensive (or at least I had not seen any).

What exactly do you need this for?
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I'm trying to develop a justification why a client should avoid java for an application that primarily does statistical analysis on a large quantity of numerical data.
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