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New String Search Algorithm
New String Search Algorithm.
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- New String Search Algorithm: I have invented a new search string algorithm. I call it "Choudhary Algorithm". I wrote a Java program to compare my algorithm with other standard algorithms, namely - Brute Force, Boyer Moore, Rabin Karp, and Knuth Morris Pratt. If the substring (pattern) length is between 1 and 32, then my algorithm is the fastest most of the times. If the substring (pattern) length is between 33 and 128, then Boyer Moore algorithm is the fastest most of the times. But my algorithm is slower than Boyer Moore for only around 3% of times in this case. If the substring (pattern) length is between 129 and 1024, then my algorithm is the fastest most of the times.
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