[Gambas-user] trimming extra spaces from within a string.
bsteers4 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 10 01:44:49 CET 2020
oops i take that back sorry.
I'm such an idiot sometimes.
the While / Wend method i was testing was working on the string that had
already been trimmed using Benoits method :-\
so it was showing as faster , Doh!
So on further testing i'm finding the Repeat/Until method is the
and i probably need more sleep ;)
On Tue, 10 Nov 2020 at 00:29, Bruce Steers <bsteers4 at gmail.com> wrote:
> yep , been running some tests too.
> the irony is the fastest way i see is the While , Wend loop method.
> And that's how i first did it , then i thought i could do it better lol
> On Mon, 9 Nov 2020 at 23:26, Christof Thalhofer <chrisml at deganius.de>
>> Am 09.11.20 um 23:52 schrieb Fabien Bodard:
>> > And .. sorry I'm on phone but
>> > Just walk on the string if not space add to new string ...if first space
>> > too... jump to the next not space letter ...etc ?
>> > Is this not more faster than using a recursive call to replace ?
>> > The 3 ms gain from benoit can come from the fact he not use trim.
>> That (3 ms) was just a joke because from run to run it differs between
>> something about 2200 and 2400 ms.
>> So I can see no difference at all between Benoît's solution and the
>> while ... wend loop. Both are about three times faster than the Regexp
>> and a couple of hundred times faster than Brians solution.
>> If anyone wants to try it out here is the text I used to test it:
>> It is some dadaistic poetry.
>> Alles Gute
>> Christof Thalhofer
>> Dies ist keine Signatur
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