Source code for timer

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"""A timer class.

from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function

from datetime import datetime
from pyformex import round

[docs]class Timer(object): """A class for measuring elapsed time. A Timer object measures elapsed real time since a specified time, which by default is the time of the creation of the Timer. A builtin tag can be used for identifying subsequent measurements. Parameters: - `start`: a datetime object. If not specified, the time of the creation of the Timer is used. - `tag`: a string used as an identifier for the current measurement. It is displayed when printing the Timer value Example: >>> import time >>> t = Timer() >>> time.sleep(1.234) >>> r = >>> print(r.days, r.seconds, r.microseconds) # doctest: +ELLIPSIS 0 1 23... >>> t.seconds() # doctest: +ELLIPSIS 1.23... >>> t.seconds(rounded=True) 1 Note that the precise result of microseconds will be slightly larger than the input sleep time. The precise result is unknown, therefore ellipses are shown. >>> tim = Timer(tag="First") >>> time.sleep(0.13) >>> print(tim) Timer: First: 0.13 sec. >>> tim.reset(tag="Next") >>> time.sleep(0.13) >>> print(tim) Timer: Next: 0.13 sec. """ def __init__(self, start=None, tag=None): """Create and reset the timer.""" self.reset(start, tag)
[docs] def reset(self, start=None, tag=None): """(Re)Start the timer. Sets the start time of the timer to the specified value, or to the current time if not specified. Sets the tag to the specified value or to 'None'. Parameters: - `start`: a datetime object. If not specified, the current time as returned by is used. - `tag`: a string used as an identifier for the current measurement """ if isinstance(start, datetime): self.start = start else: self.start = self.tag = str(tag)
[docs] def read(self, reset=False): """Read the timer. Returns the elapsed time since the last reset (or the creation of the timer) as a datetime.timedelta object. If reset=True, the timer is reset to the time of reading. """ now = ret = now - self.start if reset: self.start = now return ret
[docs] def seconds(self, reset=False, rounded=False): """Return the timer readings in seconds. The default return value is a rounded integer number of seconds. With ``rounded == False``, a floating point value with granularity of 1 microsecond is returned. If reset=True, the timer is reset at the time of reading. """ e = sec = e.days * 24 * 3600 + e.seconds + e.microseconds / 1000000. if rounded: sec = round(sec) return sec
[docs] def report(self, format="%.2f sec."): """Report the elapsed time in seconds since last reset""" return ("Timer: %s: " + format) % (self.tag, self.seconds(False))
def __str__(self): """Report the elapsed time in a standard format""" return
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