Is String.replace any faster than String.split … String.join in ActionScript 3?


Is it any faster to use

/>myString.replace(/foo/g,"bar")

rather
than


myString.split("foo").join("bar")
/>

for long strings in ActionScript 3? Or are they just two
comparable methods of achieving the same result?

Is it any faster to use

/>myString.replace(/foo/g,"bar")

rather
than


myString.split("foo").join("bar")
/>

for long strings in ActionScript 3? Or are they just two
comparable methods of achieving the same result?

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hey guys i have to read a huge xml file which consists of over 3
million records and over 10 million nested elements

/>

naturally i am using xmltextreader and have got my parsing time
down to about 40 seconds from earlier 90 seconds using multiple
optimization tricks and tips


but i want to further save
processing time as much as i can hence below question

/>

quite a few elements are of type xs:boolean and the data provider
always represents values as "true" or "false" - never "1" or
"0"


for such cases my earliest code was:


if
(xmlTextReader.Value == "true")
{
bool subtitled = t
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I'm getting a string that looks like this from a database:
~UploadsTree.jpg
And I would like to change it in Actionscript3
to Uploads/Tree.jpg


Any idea how I can do this in neat
way?

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I have strings like "AMS.I-I.D. ver.5" and
"AM0011 ver. 2", of which the "ver. *" needs
to be stripped.
I have done that with:
(^A.*)(ver.sd{1,2})


The problem occurs when
there is no version number like "AM0003".
How can I
make the (ver.sd{1,2}) part optional?

Programming Languages

I've got a problem with my js code:


var string =
"sometext: tekst 555;";
var part = string.split(":"); />

So part[] is ["sometext", " tekst 555;"]

/>

Now, I want to remove first white spaces in part[1], so I
do:


part[1].replace(/s+(?=w)/, "");
/>

and I should receive string "tekst 555;", but I get " tekst
555;". In fact, when I console.log this, it works! (In console in
chrome and firefox) Can anybody tell me what is wrong with this
code?

Web Design
string str = 'my {0} long string {1} need formatting'; />

Should I be doing the following,


str
= string.Format(str, "really", "doesn't");

or
creating a method like so and calling str =
str.ReplaceWithValues("really", "doesn't");



public string ReplaceWithValues(this string str, params object[]
values) {
string ret = str;
for (int i = 0; i <
values.Length; i++) {
ret =
str.Replace(string.Concat("{", i, "}"), values.ToString());

}
return ret;
}

It seems like
StringBuilder.AppendForm

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