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I want to make this algorithim quicker

 
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Hi there, I wish to make this string formating too much quicker. This algorithm is really slowing me down. Can anyone suggest a way to improved the execution time?



Im working with several thousand words
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I did'nt check your code in detail, but try to replace the datatype of countryText and universityText from String to StringBuffer.
 
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Thanks mate. Its now working about em.... lets say 200 times faster! Merry Christmas
 
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Unless you need the dubious synchronisation that StringBuffer provides, you should use StringBuilder. It should be slightly faster again.
 
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