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File: example/multiDemo.php
Role: Example script
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Description: Example script
Class: PHP Reboot Stop Watch
Record time PHP blocks take to execute
Author: By
Last change: Fixing symfony insight issues
Date: 6 years ago
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<?php

/*
 * This file is part of the PHPReboot/Stopwatch package.
 *
 * (c) Kapil Sharma <kapil@phpreboot.com>
 *
 * For the full copyright and license information, please view the LICENSE
 * file that was distributed with this source code.
 */

/*
 * This example shows using multiple stop watches in the same program.
 * If we want to use multiple watches, we must provide unique name all of them.
 * Steps involved are:
 * - Add watches by any of following methods
 * - Call `addWatch` multiple times, with name of watch as parameter, or
 * - Call `addWatches` and pass an array of name of watches as parameter.
 * - Further operation is same as in `simplewatch` and `pauseDemo` example. However this time, we need to pass
 * watch name to all the methods.
 */

// Load Composer auto loader
require_once "../vendor/autoload.php";
use
Phpreboot\Stopwatch\StopWatch;

// Create an instance of StopWatch
$stopWatch = new StopWatch();

// Initialize the watches.
$stopWatch->addWatches(["a", "b", "c"]);
// We could also use '$stopWatch->addWatch("name")' individually.

$operatorA = 0;
$operatorB = 0;
$operatorC = 0;

for (
$i = 1; $i <= 10; $i++) {
   
// Following code block represent one operation, which needs to be measured.
   
$stopWatch->start("a");
    for (
$a = 0; $a < 10000; $a++) {
       
$operatorA++;
    }
   
$stopWatch->pause("a");

   
// Following code block represent another operation, which needs to be measured separately.
   
$stopWatch->start("b");
    for (
$b = 0; $b < 10000; $b++) {
       
$operatorB++;
    }
   
$stopWatch->pause("b");

   
// One more operation, independent of above operations needs to be measured.
   
$stopWatch->start("c");
    for (
$c = 0; $c < 10000; $c++) {
       
$operatorC++;
    }
   
$stopWatch->pause("c");
}

printf("Time taken in block 'a': %f seconds.\n", $stopWatch->getTime("a"));
printf("Time taken in block 'b': %f seconds.\n", $stopWatch->getTime("b"));
printf("Time taken in block 'c': %f seconds.\n", $stopWatch->getTime("c"));

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