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       Benchmark::ProgressBar - Display Progress Bar While You Wait For Your Benchmark


         use Benchmark::ProgressBar qw(cmpthese);

         cmpthese(10_000, {
           a => sub { ... },
           b => sub { ... },
         } );


       This is a VERY crude combination of and Term::ProgressBar.  Basically I got
       sick of waiting for my benchmarks to finish up without knowing an ETA.

       You can use it as a drop-in replacement for, but the only functions that
       would display a progress bar are the ones listed here: cmpthese, timethese, and timeit.

       This is achieved via crude (a VERY crude) re-definition of's subrountines, so
       you shouldn't be mixing it with (I don't know why you would)

       It does the job for me, YMMV. Patches are welcome.


       Copyright (c) 2008 Daisuke Maki ""


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