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2019/03/03

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Bertl_oO
off to bed now ... have a good one everyone!
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shivamgoyal
Good day, everyone. I am working on t1140. In writing a timing framework to evaluate the performance of code, do i need to write another c program to calculate total time taken by the main program or just calculate execution time inside the main program.
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BAndiT1983
shivamgoyal, you can use time command in linux when executing the program to measure
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kartikey
I have looked over GSOC 2019 project ideas, "Live histogram, waveform, vectorscope" - this interests me
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Bertl
morning folks!
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Bertl
kartikey: good, let me know if there are any questions
11:08
Bertl
shivamgoyal: as BAndiT1983 mentioned, there is an external program for this kind of measurement which can be used to get a first, rough idead
11:09
Bertl
of coure with timing framework we mean something which allows to do precise timing in your program for certain parts of your code, so you probably want to use a profiler or do precision timing around the sensitive parts
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Bertl
shivamgoyal: see my additional information in the IRC logs
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shivamgoyal
Bertl: Yeah i have calculated time with "gettimeofday(&start, NULL)" at the starting and ending of my program to do time calculation more precisely.
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Bertl
that's a good start, check the different time types and also consider timing 'critical' portions of your code e.g. in loops, etc
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se6astian
good day Bertl
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shivamgoyal
ok
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shivamgoyal
Bertl: thanks :)
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Bertl
no problem
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