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Is it more cost-effective to use Fift instead of FunC?
Is it more cost-effective to use Fift instead of FunC?
As far as I understand, code in FunC language compiles to Fift, and then from Fift code the resulting bag of cells is generated. Could I make my code more cost-effective (so it will use less gas) by writing it directly in Fift without conversion from FunC? Or the difference would be too small to care? --- > This question was imported from Telegram Chat:https://t.me/tondev/72009
As far as I understand, code in FunC languages compiles to Fift, and then from Fift code the resulting bag of cells is generated. Could I make my code more cost-effective (so it will use less gas) by writing it directly in Fift without conversion from FunC? Or the difference would be too small to care? --- > This question was imported from Telegram Chat:https://t.me/tondev/72009
#fees #fift #func
#fees #fift #func
Is it more cost-effective to use Fift instead of FunC?
Is it more cost-effective to use Fift instead of FunC?
As far as I understand, code in FunC languages compiles to Fift, and then from Fift code the resulting bag of cells is generated. Could I make my code more cost-effective (so it will use less gas) by writing it directly in Fift without conversion from FunC? Or the difference would be too small to care? --- > This question was imported from Telegram Chat:https://t.me/tondev/72009
As far as I understand, code in FunC languages compiles to Fift, and then from Fift code the resulting bag of cells is generated. Could I make my code more cost-effective (so it will use less gas) by writing it directly in Fift without conversion from FunC? Or the difference would be too small to care? --- > This question was imported from Telegram Chat:https://t.me/tondev/72009
#fees #fift #func
#fift #func
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Is it more cost-effective to use Fift instead of FunC?

As far as I understand, code in FunC languages compiles to Fift, and then from Fift code the resulting bag of cells is generated. Could I make my code more cost-effective (so it will use less gas) by writing it directly in Fift without conversion from FunC? Or the difference would be too small to care? --- > This question was imported from Telegram Chat:https://t.me/tondev/72009
#fift #func