While working on my framework, I got to a point when I had to store quite a lot of data during the execution of the script. My first thought was to use an associative array. But then I thought maybe objects are faster/use less memory. So I decided to test this. I used XDebug to get information about memory usage and I am running WampServer x64 on Windows 7. I quickly whipped up a script to fill an array with 1000 keys and arbitrary values and another one to create an object and create 1000 properties for it.
<?php<br ?> //Initial memory $memory1 = xdebug_memory_usage( ); $data = array(); for ($i=0;…continue.