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With the closing of Google Code, I will be moving my projects, a priori to BitBucket.
The new URL is https://bitbucket.org/egrange/dwscript
If you have Issues in the Google Code Issue Tracker that matter to you, please copy-paste them to the BitBucket Issue Tracker.
Hash, IndexOf, Lookup, Performance, Search, Sorted, StringAs a followup to the previous String Lookup: Hash, Sorted or Unsorted here is a look at what happens for longer strings.
When the string you’re searching have more than a dozen characters, and you only have a few hundreds of them, a clear winner emerges.
When looking up a string, what is the fastest strategy?
A hash map, a sorted list or an unsorted list?
Of course it depends on how many strings you have, but where are the cutoff points?
Here is a quick test, and an interesting tidbit is uncovered…
A trivial way to turn a case-sensitive String hash function into a case-insensitive one is to to pass a lower-case (or upper-case) version of the String.
However, in our days of Unicode strings, this is not innocuous…