RegExp test / search / match vs. indexOf — sans lowercase

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Preparation code

<script>
  var str = 'inline-block';
  var arr = ['inline', 'inline-block', 'inline-table', 'ruby'];
  var obj = {'inline': true, 'inline-block': true, 'inline-table': true, 'ruby': true};
</script>
      
<script>
Benchmark.prototype.setup = function() {
  var precompiledRegex = /(inline|ruby)/;

};
</script>

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Test Ops/sec
test
/(inline|ruby)/.test(str);
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search
str.search(/(inline|ruby)/) > -1;
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match
str.match(/(inline|ruby)/).length > 0;
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indexOf
str.indexOf(/(inline|ruby)/) > -1;
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precompiled test
precompiledRegex.test(str);
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precompiled search
str.search(precompiledRegex) > -1;
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precompiled match
str.match(precompiledRegex).length > 0;
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precompiled indexOf
str.indexOf(precompiledRegex) > -1;
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indexOf string primitive
str.indexOf('inline') > -1 || str.indexOf('ruby') > -1;
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Primitive comparison
str === "inline" || str === "inline-block" || str === "inline-table" || str === "ruby";
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Array.indexOf
arr.indexOf(str) > -1;
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Object-based lookup
obj[str] === true;
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