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4350% Performance Improvement with the StringBuilder for C++!

, 10 Sep 2013 CPOL
Memory reallocation generated by string concatenations can create performance bottlenecks. .NET has System.Text.StringBuilder, JavaScript has Array.join, and we have string::reserve.
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Pablo Aliskevicius
Software Developer (Senior)
Israel Israel
Pablo writes code for a living, in C++, C#, and SQL.
 
To make all that work easier, he uses some C++ libraries: STL, ATL & WTL (to write Windows applications), and code generation.
 
Pablo was born in 1963, got married in 1998, and is the proud father of two wonderful girls.
 
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