Question on periods in strings
gagsl-py2 at yahoo.com.ar
Thu Mar 12 08:42:15 CET 2009
En Wed, 11 Mar 2009 23:42:45 -0200, Philip Bloom <pbloom at crystald.com>
> Thanks for the welcome :)
> You're right. Here's with the missed line (I was cutting out commented
> parts). Hopefully these are all cut/paste-able.
> #test A
> #runs in 5.8 seconds.
> from datetime import datetime
> startTime = datetime.now()
> for var in range(10000000):
> print (datetime.now() - startTime)
> #test B
> [using '9.00' -- otherwise identical]
> I do use the same filename, but I've run the tests in different orders
> and it's made no difference. Repeatedly running the same test results
> in the same numbers with only minor fluctuations (as would be expected
> from cache issues). Ten runs in a row of Test B all result in about 11
> seconds each. Ten runs in a row of Test A all result in about 6 seconds
I could not reproduce this. You've got better hardware than mine,
certainly (I had to remove a 0 to get reasonable times) but I got almost
identical results with both versions. I've tested also with 3.0 (and I had
to take another 0 off!) with the same results.
I have no idea why you see a difference. Unless the antivirus is
interfering, or you have some crazy driver monitoring disk activity and
the dot triggers something...
Try using a different language - I'd say this is totally unrelated to
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