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The simplest ever library for measuring time of python code execution.

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The simplest ever library for measuring time of python code execution.

Installation

pip install timepy

How to use

from timepy import Timer

It’s simple:

t = Timer()

t.start()
# Your code which you want to measure
t.stop()
print(t.total_time)

You can give a name fro your timer:

t = Timer('My second timer')

Keep every moment you want

You can

t = Timer()
t.start()
# Some heavy work 1
t.commit('Work 1 is done')
# Some heave work 2
t.commit('Work 2 is done')
t.stop()

print(t.events)

# will output:
# [<TimerStarted: 0.0 s>,
#  <TimerCommitted: 10.0 s (Work 1 is done)>,
#  <TimerCommitted: 20.0 s (Work 2 is done)>,
#  <TimerStopped: 20.001 s>]

Measure your iterations

t = Timer()
t.start
for i in some_list:
    # do heavy work
    t.lap()
t.stop()

print(t.laps[0])      # <Lap 0: 123 s>
print(t.laps)         # see all laps
print(t.average_lap)  # average lap duration

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