I started using the performance profiler a couple of months ago, thus I'm probably not so skilled in it.
I'm profiling a part of my .Net 4 application, precisely the one that has to make a lot of math computation. To simplify, suppose we a have a "for" statement looping a lot (about 500 thousands) of times. Within the statement there's the code the makes the actual computation on some signals samples.
The problem is that each time I profile my code (using always the same set of input data) I have different timing information, even the one that refers to the "for" first row (I mean: for (int i = 0; ... ) ).
Since I'm using "Line-level and method-level timings; all methods" profiling mode, I thought the timing values were "pure" execution times (I mean, they don't depend on what else my pc is running).
I'm using ANTS Performance Profiler 7.3 Professional.
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