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An Easy Way To Benchmark Your Python Code

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A Easy Way To Benchmark Your Code.

How To Use It

Step 1: First You Will Need To Create A Benchmark File For Your Project


#Add All Your Setup
import math

#Write Your Benchmarking Functions
def bench_square_root():
    """Name Your Function Starting With bench. Or Raptor Wont Detect It
    Also the function should not take any arguments"""
    return math.sqrt(25)

def bench_multiply():
    return 5 ** 25

Step 2: Download And Keep It Inside Your Working Directory.

Then, Run This In Your Terminal

NOTICE: The -t Argument Takes An Integer Which Tells Raptor How Many Times Should Each Benchmarking Function Run -t 10000

Step 3: See The Output. Voilaaaaa!!!!!!!!!


========== Bench Marking ===========
[bench_square_root] Took 0.0025385 Seconds For 10000 Run(s)
[bench_multiply] Took 0.0010813999999999997 Seconds For 10000 Run(s)


I will soon upload it to pypi
Therefore you will only be required to pip install it

Future Features

  1. I want to add an history, which can show you how much faster or slower your program has gotten
  2. I want to add colored output
  3. I want to add better exception handling

Built With

Raptor Uses Timeit Module To Benchmark Your Code


Roshan Jignesh Mehta -

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