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When looking through the Godot export options, I saw an option named Script Export Mode. It's clear to me what encrypted does, but what do the compiled and text option differently? I tried to Google it, but the first result is the linked answer, and the others didn't really help either.
(Knowing me, I probably just looked over it)

Godot version 3.3.3
related to an answer for: How does the Script Export Mode work?
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The Compiled mode compiles scripts to bytecode (.gdc), which speeds up script loading but not execution. Run-time performance will be exactly the same.

Interpreted should generally only be used for troubleshooting purposes.

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