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From: oliver@f...
Subject: [Caml-list] Performance-cost of ^

I'm reading in a file linewise.
For some operations I need it as
one long string.

How to acchieve this performant?
Is it ok to use ^ for a list of lines
(with  List.fold_right? or List.fold_left?)

Or is to better to read in the file
with the help of the Buffer-module
and split the read file into lines later,
if operations on lines are necessary?


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