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A benchmark utility used in performance tests.

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When measuring execution time, the result depends on the computer hardware. To be able to produce a universal measure, the simplest way is to benchmark the speed of a fixed sequence of code and calculate a ratio out of it. From there, the time taken by a function can be translated to a universal value that can be compared on any computer. Python provides a benchmark utility in its test package that measures the duration of a sequence of well-chosen operations. pybenchmark designed to provide a simple and pythonic way to get performance data.

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