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Sharpen Your Code with Benchmarking in PHP : Page 3

Discover how to optimize your PHP applications using these straightforward yet powerful benchmarking techniques.


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The Benchmark_Iterate Class
The Benchmark_Iterate class provides two methods for benchmarking a function:

  • void run(): Benchmarks a function.
  • array get([ $simple_output = false]): Returns the benchmark results. In the results, the code $result[x] represents the execution time of iteration x, $result['iterations'] represents the number of iterations and $result['mean'] represents the mean execution time.
Before attempting to benchmark a complex function, here's a simple example that should clarify the benchmarking process. This example defines a function, and then calls it four times using the run method. Finally, it outputs the results:

<?php require_once 'Benchmark/Iterate.php'; //create an instance of the Benchmark_Iterate class $benchmark = new Benchmark_Iterate; function example($string) { print $string . '<br>'; } //Benchmarks the example function $benchmark->run(4, 'example', 'Octavia'); //Returns benchmark result $result = $benchmark->get(); echo 'The number of iterations is '.$result['iterations'].'<br />'; echo 'The mean is: '.$result['mean']; ?>

When you run this application, the output is:

Octavia Octavia Octavia Octavia The number of iterations is 4 The mean is: 0.000064

With that simple example in hand, Listing 2 shows a slightly more complex example that applies the Benchmark_Iterate class to the iterative Fibonacci solution, while Listing 3 applies it to the recursive Fibonacci solution. The programs return these results:

Iterative Result


1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 55 89 The execution time of 1 iteration: 0.000223 The number of iterations is: 1 The mean is: 0.000223

The Recursive Result

1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 55 89 The execution time of 1 iteration is: 0.001135 The number of iterations is: 1 The mean is: 0.001135



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