This question has two parts. I have a number of "controls" that build html strings from data for display in a browser. I use as stringBuilder for efficency. The default Capacity for a stringbuilder is only 16 and when you go over this the memory is re-allocated and doubled. This is a waste if you do it a lot and the stringbuilder capacity can get large very quickly. but if you set it overly large and its not big enough you eat too much memory. Is it best to try an estimate the size of a resultant string-build or go way over the top? Some thoughts/guidelines would be appreciated. Also whan appending to the stringbuilder is it best to use lots and lots of small statements. ie:
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