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StringReplace() Question

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Hi

I have a small question, i want to know why the basic/faster comparison isn't default in StringReplace()?

Can there be any problems?

i tested it and it is really much faster

Kind regards

PiroX

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I imagine that there may be problems when using other languages... The helpfile says for the first option: "... using the user's locale".

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One of my tester tells me that his computer freeze now after 10-20min

could this be a problem with that method, i changed this in the version he is using.

that option should explained a bit more :x

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What are you talking about? Post a short demo script to show your issue.

:x


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If you want speed, use case sensitive

If you want speed post some code.

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