[BangPypers] Place the timer in Python script
nkhalasi at vayana.in
Fri Sep 18 13:52:43 CEST 2009
I used this when I first explored....but now I prefer "timeit"
from datetime import datetime as dt
session = Session()
log.debug('Creating all enterprise users at once')
start_time = dt.now()
end_time = dt.now()
log.debug('Time taken to store data in database: %s' %(end_time
except IntegrityError, interr:
return ['Problems storing the user data']
You won't have to format the difference. It gives you in hh:mm:ss:milisec
On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 4:02 PM, Vishal <vsapre80 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 3:43 PM, steve <steve at lonetwin.net> wrote:
>> On 09/18/2009 03:33 PM, Vamsi wrote:
>>> How to place the timer in python code.
>>> I want calculate the python script execution time.
>>> ex : Start Timer
>>> : End Timer
>>> Execution Time : End Timer - Start Timer.
>>> How can we write the python code for this.
>> Specifically, the timeit module
>> btw, dunno if you've heard about this really neat web application. It is a
>> simple text box with a couple of buttons that answers questions such as
>> these. I forgot it's name. It's something like golgol or some such.
>> - steve
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> Here's what I usually do on windows:
> from time import clock, strftime, gmtime
> start = clock()
> ... do you work here...
> end = clock()
> elapsed = end - start
> print "Time Taken to finish: %s" % (strftime("%Hhrs: %Mmins: %ssecs",
> If you wish to record in miliseconds, you'll have to do some math on the
> 'elapsed' value.
> Thanks and best regards,
> Vishal Sapre
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