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Peder
07/16/12 02:38am

Hi,

I have a fairly large loop that does hundreds of thousands of calculations, and I'm trying to find a way to see how far it has come while it's running (it takes quite a while, and I would like to know where it slows down and things like that).
It's a for loop, and so what I would like it to do is to simply print out the iterator integer, but I don't want it to print a hundred thousand integers. Although that surely works, it's messy. So, is there a way to make it print one thing, and then just continuously update this number?

Thanks!

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Continuously updating output Peder 07/16/12 02:38am
Re: Continuously updating output jf 07/16/12 12:59pm
Re: Re: Continuously updating output Michael 07/16/12 10:03pm
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