string concat vs array join

JavaScript performance comparison

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Preparation code


      
      <script>
Benchmark.prototype.setup = function() {
  var JSONMember = ["<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>","<div>"];
  var final = "";

};
</script>

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Test Ops/sec
Concat
JSONMember.forEach(function(str) {
   final += "<li>" + str + "</li>";
});
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Join
final = "<li>" + JSONMember.join("</li><li>") + "</li>";
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