String Builder s = new String Builder(token.length()); Character Iterator it = new String Character Iterator(token); for (char ch = it.first(); ch ! DONE; ch = it.next()) token = String(); Further to my previous comment, I just measured the performance of replace All and Sean's solution against a 5000 character String where approximately 10% of characters are '&' - The average replace All time is 0.92ms while Sean's solution is 0.29ms.
Using a String Builder improves the time further to 0.23ms.
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Hoping to meet someone special for a hot, sexual relationship or even just a quick fling?Despite the name as compared to replace All, replace does do a replace All, it just doesn't use a regular expression, which seems to be in order here (both from a performance and a good practice perspective - don't use regular expressions by accident as they have special character requirements which you won't be paying attention to).Sean Bright's answer is probably as good as is worth thinking about from a performance perspective absent some further target requirement on performance and performance testing, if you already know this code is a hot spot for performance, if that is where your question is coming from. Just use String Builder instead of String Buffer unless you need the synchronization.According to a 2016 book by a former Facebook employee, some leaders at Facebook saw Google's foray into social networking as a serious threat to the company.Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg instituted a company-wide "lockdown", signaling that employees were supposed to dedicate time to bringing Facebook's features into line with Google .That was very practical." "In the past I had tried out Code Academy at the same time as I started trying this site out.