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This is getting interesting ...
SquirrelFish Extreme has arrived!
Introducing SquirrelFish Extreme
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Holy cow !!!
SquirrelFish Extreme: 943.3 ms V8: 1280.6 ms TraceMonkey: 1464.6 ms 
I heard SquirrelFish Extreme can execute an infinite loop in 3 seconds. Is this true?

Only for very small values of infinity.Bass said:I heard SquirrelFish Extreme can execute an infinite loop in 3 seconds. Is this true?

And it can solve NPcomplete problems in polynomial time.Bass said:I heard SquirrelFish Extreme can execute an infinite loop in 3 seconds. Is this true?

It looks like Allen WirfsBrock and Pratap Lakshman have some work to do for the next JScript. Chop chop, fellas!

I heard SquirrelFish Extreme can execute an infinite loop in 3 seconds. Is this true?
Chuck Norris owns all of you.Only for very small values of infinity.
And it can solve NPcomplete problems in polynomial time.
He counted to the Infinity twice in a O(1) time.
Chuck Norris does not need to solve the NPcomplete problem.
He himself is The Solution. 
I lol'dstun said:I heard SquirrelFish Extreme can execute an infinite loop in 3 seconds. Is this true?
Chuck Norris owns all of you.Only for very small values of infinity.
And it can solve NPcomplete problems in polynomial time.
He counted to the Infinity twice in a O(1) time.
Chuck Norris does not need to solve the NPcomplete problem.
He himself is The Solution. 
lol how truestun said:I heard SquirrelFish Extreme can execute an infinite loop in 3 seconds. Is this true?
Chuck Norris owns all of you.Only for very small values of infinity.
And it can solve NPcomplete problems in polynomial time.
He counted to the Infinity twice in a O(1) time.
Chuck Norris does not need to solve the NPcomplete problem.
He himself is The Solution.

I like how they can't include IE8 in the benchmarks because it is 810 times slower...
IE8 is ~ 10 times slower than the others.
So it doesnâ€™t really qualify for this benchmark.. It would only make the bar graph unreadable.
Guess that is why I use Mozilla Nightlies and Google Chrome...
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