[erlang-questions] Idiom for multiple case matches
Fri Nov 7 17:52:24 CET 2008
It's slower, true, but both are fairly fast*, and the lists:member/2
solution is also very concise.
* I ran a small benchmark. On the given machine, Robert's
solution took ca 0.05 usec/call, while Mats's solution took
ca 0.09 usec/call (on average, iterating 1000 over the set of
vowels "aeiouyAEIOUY"). Using the smaller set "aeiouy",
Robert's code still took 0.05 usec/call, while Mats's code
used 0.08 usec.
2008/11/7 Hynek Vychodil <vychodil.hynek@REDACTED>:
> On Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 3:22 PM, mats cronqvist <masse@REDACTED> wrote:
>> "Robert Virding" <rvirding@REDACTED> writes:
>> > A reasonable way of doing it would be:
>> > case is_vowel(Char) of
>> > true -> ... ;
>> > false -> ...
>> > end
>> is_wovel(C) -> lists:member(C,"aeiouy").
> It is slower than Robert's solution. If performance is significant
> lists:member solution is worse.
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