Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Things I like about PyPy...

The fact that PyPy needs to use scientific notation to print the results of a pystone benchmark... :-)


Pystone(1.1) time for 50000 passes = 0.016978
This machine benchmarks at 2.94499e+06 pystones/second

6 comments:

Irmen said...

What computer is that!? On my it tops out at around 620k pystones/sec (3.0 ghz core2)

Simon Wittber said...

My 2.4Ghz i7 Macbook Pro.

Irmen said...

.... is an i7 really that much more powerful than my 3-4 year old core2duo? Wow.... (I find it hard to believe, but I guess the numbers aren't lying)

Noiln said...

what is scientific notation
Scientific Notation include in the mathematics course. In the world of science some time we deal with numbers which are very small and those which are very large. In some branches of science large numbers while in others very small numbers are used.

lion said...

what is scientific notation
Scientific Notation include in the mathematics course. In the world of science some time we deal with numbers which are very small and those which are very large. In some branches of science large numbers while in others very small numbers are used.

lion said...

what is scientific notation
Scientific Notation include in the mathematics course. In the world of science some time we deal with numbers which are very small and those which are very large. In some branches of science large numbers while in others very small numbers are used.

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