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Mathematics Engineer & Computer Scientist with a passion for software development. Avid learner for new technologies. Currently working as Senior Software Engineer at Sahibinden.com.

Benchmark for new string methods of Java 11

While I was checking what’s new in Java 11, I saw that there are several new methods for String class. So I wanted to do a microbenchmark with old way of doing things and by using new methods. These new methods are;

boolean isBlank()

String strip()

Stream lines()

isBlank() is tested agains trim().isEmpty(), strip() is tested agains trim() and lines() is tested agains split().

Here are the results:

trim + isEmpty19854156

Scores are based on operations per second so the more the better.

As you can see lines() is much faster than split().

strip() and trim() performed quite similar.

isBlank() outperformed trim() + empty().

You can check the benchmark code here.

Published on Java Code Geeks with permission by Sezin Karli, partner at our JCG program. See the original article here: benchmark for new string methods of java 11

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Wow what aa useless benchmark