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ID: 19629, RQ's Profiler V 3.1.1

by Richard Quartermaine Email: Anonymous


RQ's Profiler is a shareware tool for analyzing your program's performance. Measures the elapsed time taken to run code providing execution times, counts and history.
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Size: 3,752,104 bytes
Updated on Wed, 09 Jun 2004 21:26:16 GMT
Originally uploaded on Sun, 09 Mar 2003 06:12:44 GMT
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Description
RQ's Profiler is a shareware tool for analyzing your program's performance. You can use it for monitoring any C++ code that runs under Windows 95, 98, NT4, Win2k or XP.

It is a compile time system with run time controls. You add macro calls to your code (a code editor is supplied to automate this process) , compile and link with the profiler's DLL, run your program and view the results.

The profiler measures the elapsed time taken to run your code providing you with execution times and counts. It can also provide coverage analysis and show your program's execution history. By embedding simple macro calls into your source code, RQ's Profiler will tell you how many times the code has been executed and the total, average and maximum time spent in the code.

The profiler collects your program's execution history. This is a log of all the profiler calls made by your program. You can trace back through the history to follow your program's execution. This can be animated so you can sit back and watch your code run.

For more information, see http://www.rqsw.co.uk/

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