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Iterating through a List is (slightly) slower than a plain array due to a few factors: Bounds checks: This is likely to be the biggest factor; every single indexer access to the List is going to do a bounds check. Bounds checking on a raw array can often be trivially optimized out of a loop by the JIT. Method call costs: The indexer on a List is a method ...


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Thanks to @Kilian Foth I have a solution: [...] if you just want to collect all interval boundaries into a single list, uniquely sort it and then construct new intervals from every two values in the list. [...] Array of overlapping intervals: [ {0,7}, {8,12}, {13,17}, {0,3}, {4,9}, {10,17} ] Single list, uniquely sorted: ...



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