Re: genx - consensus items
> In genx, the only significant string comparison is checking for dupe > attributes (I think; haven't written the code yet). Since you only > check each one once, the cost of doing an intern() (what I assume you > mean by atomize) is probably higher than just doing the string > comparison. -Tim Tim, In case you occasionally decide to add a check for name match for closing elements, it is p!=q && strcmp(p,q); that is, if the application supplies the same string, it can be compared as pointer. Let C atomize strings for the programmer. David
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