[TYPO3-core] GeneralUtility::inList() and spaces
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Tue Jul 16 11:22:44 CEST 2013
Am 10.07.2013 12:15, schrieb François Suter:
> Hi Markus,
>> I suggest to use "the middle way" and just do a trim() on the values,
>> which still does the trick without RegExp.
> That's what I thought too, but inList() doesn't explode the string. It
> just does:
> return strpos(',' . $list . ',', ',' . $item . ',') !== FALSE ? TRUE :
> So again, exploding the string and trimming its components is much more
> work than using strpos(). I don't know what the performance impact could
> be, given that it's such a widespread method.
Well, my personal experience is, that in PHP most of the string
functions are much slower than array functions. Which is why we went for
i.e. array_intersect_key while coding the stdWrap stuff for 4.5.
Since we just have to check, if a string is there at all, without caring
about the other strings and the position within the list, explode should
be the way to go, according to these benchmarks:
Just my 2 cents
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