Commit 74c71018 authored by Paul Sokolovsky's avatar Paul Sokolovsky
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bench: Three ways to process a byte buffer.

parent 59ced651
# Doing some operation on bytearray
# Inplace - the most memory efficient way
import bench
def test(num):
for i in iter(range(num//10000)):
ba = bytearray(b"\0" * 1000)
for i in range(len(ba)):
ba[i] += 1
bench.run(test)
# Doing some operation on bytearray
# Pretty weird way - map bytearray thru function, but make sure that
# function return bytes of size 1, then join them together. Surely,
# this is slowest way to do it.
import bench
def test(num):
for i in iter(range(num//10000)):
ba = bytearray(b"\0" * 1000)
ba2 = b''.join(map(lambda x:bytes([x + 1]), ba))
bench.run(test)
# Doing some operation on bytearray
# No joins, but still map().
import bench
def test(num):
for i in iter(range(num//10000)):
ba = bytearray(b"\0" * 1000)
ba2 = bytearray(map(lambda x: x + 1, ba))
bench.run(test)
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