Tuesday 13 October 2015

ASP.NET Tips #34 - Consider String.Replace() for parsing, trimming, and replacing

String.Replace() can be a good choice, particularly for individual case-sensitive replacements where it outperforms other algorithms. String Split/Join and String Split/Concat perform equally, while LINQ and RegEx have poor performance for parsing, trimming, and replacing.

For more information, see: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/debuggingtoolbox/archive/2008/04/02/comparing-regex-replace-string-replace-and-stringbuilder-replace-which-has-better-performance.aspx

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