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Posted 19 Jan 2011

Best practices in developing ASP.NET applications

, 19 Jan 2011
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I agree with Chris...string.IsNullOrEmpty: 312 msLength: 140 ms [fastest]This is not a fair comparison.Need to compare:(string != null && string.Length !=0)with: String.IsNullOrEmpty(string)Even if the first construct is faster, there is a readability...
I agree with Chris...

string.IsNullOrEmpty:   312 ms
Length:                 140 ms  [fastest]

This is not a fair comparison.

Need to compare:
(string != null && string.Length !=0)


Even if the first construct is faster, there is a readability factor:

if (!String.IsNullOrEmpty(someString)) {
//do something with someString

if (someString != null && someString.Length != 0) {
//do something with someString

The second construct becomes increasingly ugly if there is more than one string to deal with.


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