kandinsky_benchmark.py

Created by cent20

Created on June 17, 2022

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D’après une idée de zetamap A benchmark to calculate speed of graphic methods.

```# https://my.numworks.com/python/zetamap/kandinsky_benchmark

from kandinsky import *
from ion import keydown
from time import monotonic
from math import cos, sin, log10

def test(method, *args):
func = getattr(kandinsky, method)
values = []
for i in range(300):
time_is = monotonic()
func(*args)
values.append(monotonic()-time_is)
kandinsky.fill_rect(0, 0, 320, 220, "white")
print(method, "speed:", sum(values)/len(values)*10**6, "μs")

kandinsky.draw_string("Welcome to kandinsky speed test program", 5, 50)
kandinsky.draw_string("Press a key to start test ...", 15, 70)
wait_key()
kandinsky.fill_rect(0, 0, 320, 220, "white")

test("set_pixel", 10, 10, "black")
print("100*100: ", end='')
test("fill_rect", 10, 10, 100, 100, "black")
print("1*1: ", end='')
test("fill_rect", 10, 10, 1, 1, "black")
test("draw_string", "test string", 10, 10)
for i in range(300): kandinsky.set_pixel(10+i, 10, (cos(i)*1000, sin(i)*1000, log10(i+1)*1000))
values = []
for i in range(300):
time_is = monotonic()
kandinsky.get_pixel(10+i, 10)
values.append(monotonic()-time_is)
print("get_pixel speed:", sum(values)/len(values)*10**6, "μs")
for i in range(300):
time_is = monotonic()
kandinsky.color((cos(i)*1000, sin(i)*1000, log10(i+1)*1000))
values.append(monotonic()-time_is)
print("color speed:", sum(values)/len(values)*10**6, "μs")
input(">>> ")```