Re: module trace and counts
On Sat, 17 Nov 2012 13:37:23 -0500
Dave Angel <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 11/17/2012 12:25 PM, rh wrote:
> > Is it for or range that is executed 8000 times when I
> > for i in range(3,8000,2):
> Nothing is executed 8000 times. I figure it at 3998 times. Anyway,
It turns out that trace accumulates data across invocations and so two
runs resulted in the 8000 I saw. I also have since changed what happens
inside the loop.
I am running module trace from the
command line and the options and the output cause confusion.
Here's the bit from module trace:
"-c, --count Count the number of times each line is executed
and write the counts to <module>.cover for each
module executed, in the module's directory."
> neither the for nor the range is executed multiple times. Deciphering
> this depends on whether this is Python 2.x or Python 3.x.
> If Python 2.x, range returns a list of 3998 items, and that is
> iterated over.
Yes I have 2.7.3
> If Python 3.x, range returns a range object, which has an __iter__()
> special method. That method gets called 3999 times, and the last time
> it throws an exception to end the loop.
Interesting I haven't tried 3.x
Thanks for the help!
> > Maybe the for and the range contributes to that total.
> > Can anyone recommend their favorite trace or profile type tool that
> > spits out an html page? I like trace because I don't have to insert
> > my program into it but would like a html page too.
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