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?


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Is String.replace any faster than String.split … String.join in ActionScript 3?
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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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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)/, "");

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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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