Contains vs is in

hh hh at
Mon Jan 2 16:29:29 EST 2017

> Jacqueline L.G. wrote:
> > Did someone once say that between "contains" and "is in", one is faster
> > than the other?

Mark T. wrote:
> This is a great question. One of the engineers on the LC team would be
> needed to answer this one.

There is a real big difference: "is in" are 5 chars and "contains" are 8
chars to type. This means, the second variant needs 60% more time and bytes.

Flock makes also muck ;-)

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