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QuestionPerformance of Switch case vs dictionary with delegates Pin
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Rob Philpott29-Apr-24 22:45
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Jörgen Andersson29-Apr-24 23:19
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Rob Philpott wrote:
Firstly, what is it that is being switched?

It's strings.

Rob Philpott wrote:
So then you get into the realms of how similar are the strings?

They are quite similar I'm afraid, as the words I'm parsing starts with the category.
So one of the larger switches will be 60+ words where the first difference is at the 19th position.

And as the files that will be parsed are in between GB and TB in size it will probably be worth some optimization.
Wrong is evil and must be defeated. - Jeff Ello

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