I'm trying to optimize my code to make it faster. I have a loop that reads some string input and creates points with the help of IFeatureBuffer and IFeatureCursor.
If I create the buffer inside tho loop, it slows the code down.
For i = 0 To Counter pFBuffer = pFClass.CreateFeatureBuffer ... pFBuffer.Value(iField) = ... pFCursor.InsertFeature(pFBuffer) Next
If I move
pFBuffer = pFClass.CreateFeatureBuffer above the loop (i.e. create the buffer once only) it works significantly faster. However, I have to "clear" the buffer at the end of each iteration, as in some cases it stores values from previous iterations.
So the question is: how can I clear the buffer, so that I won't need to create it at each iteration? Are there any other drawbacks or things to consider?