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GeneralRe: In .NET enumeration is slow Pin
honey the codewitch18-Jan-24 13:49
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honey the codewitch18-Jan-24 14:04
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obermd19-Jan-24 3:47
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Andy Brummer19-Jan-24 6:17
sitebuilderAndy Brummer19-Jan-24 6:17 
Yeah, and it's not like there aren't developers that that have sweated over how to make that particular segment of code as fast as they can. There is a crap ton of flexibility built into IEnumerable that would be difficult to optimize away.
I worked on a project years back where that level of optimization made a big difference, and I still used the convenience of LINQ group by, distinct, orderby, etc. to build up hashtables that I used in the optimized sections of code I wrote. Using LINQ helped in the part it was good at.
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