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Measure execution time of code sections.

Project description

timerpy

Measure execution time of code sections.

Installation

python3 -m pip install timerpy

Usage Examples

from timerpy import Timer
with Timer():
    # Some code

>>>TIME ELAPSED: 0:00:01.199748


# Specify message
with Timer('HELLO WORLD'):
    # Some code

>>>HELLO WORLD TIME ELAPSED: 0:02:15.242731


# Specify output
from logging import info # Write to log file
with Timer('HELLO WORLD', info):
    # Some code

>>>timer.py: INFO: stop(): 44:	HELLO WORLD TIME ELAPSED: 0:00:01.200157


# Get elapsed time as float value
with Timer() as timer1:
    # Some code
nanoseconds = timer1.elapsed_time
print(nanoseconds)

>>>TIME ELAPSED: 0:00:01.400193
>>>1400192600

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