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Testing other functions of splitting strings


Testing other functions of splitting strings

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Dirk vd Watt
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Hi,

Can you please test your new functions' performance against the following function :


CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[ParseString]
(
@String VarChar(8000),
@Delimiter VarChar(1)
) RETURNS TABLE
AS

RETURN
(
WITH Tokens(LinePos, StartPos, EndPos) AS
(
SELECT
1,
1,
CharIndex(@Delimiter, @String)
UNION ALL
SELECT
LinePos + 1,
EndPos + 1,
CharIndex(@Delimiter, @String, EndPos + 1)
FROM
Tokens
WHERE
EndPos > 0
)
SELECT
CONVERT(Int, LinePos) AS RowNumber,
SubString
(
@String,
StartPos,
CASE
WHEN EndPos > 0 THEN (EndPos - StartPos)
ELSE 8000
END
)
AS StringValue
from Tokens
)

and let us know which performs best ?

Regards,
Dirk van der Watt
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For anybody just stumbling in here, this was a response posted in another thread. http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Tally+Table/72993/

For the sake of anybody else coming here please see the link I referred to above. It goes into great detail how to split strings and tests the performance of a number of different approaches.

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Dirk vd Watt (12/28/2012)
Hi,

Can you please test your new functions' performance against the following function :


CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[ParseString]
(
@String VarChar(8000),
@Delimiter VarChar(1)
) RETURNS TABLE
AS

RETURN
(
WITH Tokens(LinePos, StartPos, EndPos) AS
(
SELECT
1,
1,
CharIndex(@Delimiter, @String)
UNION ALL
SELECT
LinePos + 1,
EndPos + 1,
CharIndex(@Delimiter, @String, EndPos + 1)
FROM
Tokens
WHERE
EndPos > 0
)
SELECT
CONVERT(Int, LinePos) AS RowNumber,
SubString
(
@String,
StartPos,
CASE
WHEN EndPos > 0 THEN (EndPos - StartPos)
ELSE 8000
END
)
AS StringValue
from Tokens
)

and let us know which performs best ?

Regards,
Dirk van der Watt


Don't really need to, this is a recursive cte type splitter. Pretty confident that the DelimitSplit8K will out perform it.

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