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Last week, in "Monkey-patching to auto-correct custom controls", we covered how to monkey-patch into giving us the results we wanted, and saw that one alternative method was to wrap the module instead.

This week, we investigate how to do this, and see what unpleasant surprises lie in wait when wrapping a procedural module.

In "Advanced Benchmark Analysis I: Yet more white-space trimming", I mentioned that you could automatically take into account the cost of your control benchmark and eliminate it from the rest of your results.

This blog entry shows you how to monkey-patch to let you do just that.

In my previous blog entry, "Advanced Benchmark Analysis I: Yet more white-space trimming", I left you with the thought that our benchmarks changed with changing input.

This article shows you how to analyze those changes and how to draw conclusions from them.

Seems my previous blog, "Some simple "white-space trim" benchmarks" caught people's attention, and I've received some interesting suggestions and observations worthy of a followup article, this also gives me the chance to delve into explaining more advanced benchmark analysis.

So, deep breath, here goes.

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