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  1. Mono does, in theory, offer faster runtime processing for math-intensive stuff. However, the vast majority of SL scripts do not need this sort of benefit. Additionally, the extra memory is something of an illusion. Mono-compiled code takes up more memory than a similar LSL script would. Roughly around 3 times as much memory, which is why Linden Lab decided to cap Mono-compiled scripts at 64kb, compared to the 16kb limit for LSL-compiled scripts. This means that for a script that contains a lot of code, you might have an easier time getting it to compile under Mono without hitting the memo
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