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When to compile without loop

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I've seen the compile block beeing used not only with loops but also wraped around regular nodes. When do I profit from doing that?


Edit: To quick asked. The help explains it:


In a normal network, each node theoretically makes a copy of the geometry it’s working on. There are lots of optimizations to make this efficient in practice, but it still has a cost. In a compiled block the nodes can work in-place on the same geometry because external references are not allowed. This can give compiled blocks additional speedups.


Edited by Drughi

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