> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeremias Maerki [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]


> Glen is right. java.lang.String.equals() checks "==" as the first
> statement. So this change shouldn't have a big impact on performance. It'
> just an additional method call (which might even be inlined by the JIT).

Well... (see my earlier response)

Somehow this s*** don't smell right. Whatch'all been eating?

Again, no veto, but I AM going to force you to give it some thought :-)



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