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.Net Performance tip - 3

, 22 May 2010 CPOL
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.Net Performance tip - 3
.Net Performance tip - 3
Last week i was trying to explore how the if statement performs under various conditions as shown below.
if( statement 1)
 if( statement 2)
  if( statement 3)
if( statement 1 && statement 2 && statement 3)

The results indicate that, the second approach is far better than the first one.
Hence, the recommendation would be to use the second approach over the first one
I hope this helps!.


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Vinayaka Krishna Shenoy
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Motivated achiever who guides organizations in applying technology to business settings, provides added value, and creates project deliverables in a timely manner. An experienced Technical Consultant, have successfully led large project teams of more than 20 people from requirements gathering to implementation and support using C#, .NET ,ADO.NET, ADO.NET Entity Framework,ASP.NET,ASP.NET MVC, WCF and SQL Server.

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GeneralReason for my vote of 2 it depends on the outcome of the eva... Pinmemberjohannesnestler25-May-10 6:06 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 useless without numbers PinmemberSledgeHammer0122-May-10 9:08 
GeneralReason for my vote of 2 See my comments....... Pinmentordaveauld22-May-10 3:55 
GeneralIt would be of benefit if you provided code on how you perfo... Pinmentordaveauld22-May-10 3:29 
GeneralThis is not always true! Pinmemberdaveauld22-May-10 3:54 
GeneralRe: This is not always true! PinmemberVinayaka Krishna Shenoy22-May-10 6:34 
GeneralRe: This is not always true! Pinmemberdaveauld22-May-10 7:37 

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