Message from JavaScript discussions

June 2017

— Unsure if this properly works for arrays, but worth a shot

— 

The point of pre-allocation is to use all the memory we are going to use, to avoid the speed cost of allocating only when needed

— I see

— So by doing that, adds and removals go faster

— Or, at least adds

— How is the structure currently?

— Single-precision typed array for first character, then a length array, then a string array

— [
'charIndex': [
'strLenIndex': 'char'
]
]

— ?

— Yep

— With increased nesting for charIndex with higher precision?

— Exactly