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Posted 25 Feb 2012

Counting lines in a string

, 28 Feb 2012 CPOL
Great analysis!I found out that Regex can be accelerated by a factor of about two.Instead of new Regex(@"\n", RegexOptions.Compiled|RegexOptions.Multiline);you can speed up by using:new Regex(@"^.*?$", RegexOptions.Compiled|RegexOptions.Multiline);But admittedly, nothing beats...

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