.replace() vs. .split().join() vs .replaceAll()

JavaScript performance comparison

Revision 67 of this test case created by taheta

Preparation code


      
      <script>
Benchmark.prototype.setup = function() {
  var mystring = 'okay this is a long long long long string';
  var regexObj = new RegExp(".","gm");
  var regexShort = /\./g;

};
</script>

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.replace(/ /g,' ')
result = mystring.replace(/ /g,'');
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.replace(/ /g,' ')
result = mystring.replace(/\s+/g,"");
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.split(' ').join('')
result = mystring.split(' ').join('');
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.split(/\s+/g).join('')
result = mystring.split(/\s+/g).join('');
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.split(/ /g).join('')
result = mystring.split(/ /g).join('');
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.replace(" ","")
result = mystring.replace(" ","");
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