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A package for calculating the time it takes to execute NOP bytecode operations

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NOP Timer

This is a script that calculates how much time it takes to run a function consisting of N NOP bytecode operations (these have no effect and are usually removed as part of the peephole optimization step), as a function of N.


To use this, run pip install noop_timer. For convenience, it is probably best to use a virtual environment:

python -m virtualenv noop_venv --python=3.7
source noop_venv/bin/activate
pip install noop_timer


To run, execute the module with python -m noop_timer.

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