Message from JavaScript discussions

June 2017

— Because with single character precision, you are limited to, most of the time, A-Z and 0-9, singly


Which means if all your strings at least start with the same letters, with varying differences after, you would not see much if any speed boost over a normal array...

— Good plan

— I guess this would be great as a hashmap with high randomness, heh

— Yup

— Also by using charcodes, we can do some math to deduce if an element is in the set

— Like a bloom filter, sort of

— That'll probably be done last, if at all :p

— Slowly approaching judy array complexity

— I keep thinking that for multicore machines, you could run different methods in parallell

— Haha, yes

— The judy array was my inspiration actually