I've been doing a migration/conversion of an App. to using Objects to hold multiple data copies (Tabbed interface). Many of you have helped me over the basics of Objects, Tabs etc. I owe you all a great deal.

I was always a wee bit concerned about the additional overhead of accessing the data via the plethora of PROPERTIES and METHODS I had to create. I mean every data reference is now a CALL of some kind.

The conversion is mostly done, at least to the stage of doing benchmarks with the old non-Object version.

I'm very impressed with the code PB must generate. I've not optimized anything as yet and I know in places there are multiple redundant Property/Method calls which could be improved.

But I've seen no noticable speed differences whatsoever.

My hats off to the PB developers, you guys must write the most efficient code around.