However, whenever you are doing a case-sensitive string comparison, you should use the StringOne = StringTwo, as it is significantly faster (shown below).
And if the strings are not identical (differential lengths), you do not see a dramatic difference between the methods, except for my StringComp method.
As is obvious, comparing the length before comparing the string will help the speed greatly.
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