Fast CSV parser in C++

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Fast CSV parser in C++
Tag : cpp , By : arbeitandy
Date : December 05 2020, 12:24 PM

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Fast, lightweight XML parser

Tag : java , By : hellboy32
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out No, you should not try to write your own XML parser for this.
SAX itself is very lightweight and fast, so I'm not sure why think it's too much. Also using a string buffer would actually be much less scalable then using SAX because SAX doesn't require you to load the whole XML file into memory to use it. I've used SAX to parse through multigigabyte XML files, which you wouldn't be able to do using string buffers on a 32 bit machine.
Document d = DocumentBuilderFactory.newInstance().newDocumentBuilder().parse(new FileInputStream("file.xml"));

Delphi - Fast(er) XML parser

Tag : xml , By : Joe
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem First let me tell you that you're optimizing the wrong thing here: unless you're doing this for recreational purposes, then your approach is wrong. XML is not a difficult format but it does have it quirks and it takes it's liberties. It's a format designed for data exchange between foreign applications, so the emphasis needs to be put on COMPATIBILITY, not on SPEED! What good is a non-standard ultra-fast parser that gives the wrong result when confronted with a slightly altered XML file?
If you can find a XML parsing LIBRARY that's guaranteed to be compatible with anything out there that can parse your data at HALF the speed your HDD can read it, then simply implement a producer-consumer multi-threaded application where one thread constantly reads the data from disk while the other two simply do the parsing. In the end you'll only be limited by the speed of the HDD while maintaining compatibility. If you're only looking for speed you're liable to make mistakes, skip XML features, depend on certain particularities of the sample XML file you're dealing with. Your application is likely to break for numerous reasons.
program Project28;


uses SysUtils, DateUtils, Windows;

const SampleData =
    '  <datatype1>randomdata</datatype1>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype2>randomdata</datatype2>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype3>randomdata</datatype3>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype4>randomdata</datatype4>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype5>randomdata</datatype5>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype6>randomdata</datatype6>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype7>randomdata</datatype7>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype8>randomdata</datatype8>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype9>randomdata</datatype9>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype10>randomdata</datatype10>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype11>randomdata</datatype11>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype12>randomdata</datatype12>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype13>randomdata</datatype13>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype14>randomdata</datatype14>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype15>randomdata</datatype15>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype16>randomdata</datatype16>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype17>randomdata</datatype17>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype18>randomdata</datatype18>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype19>randomdata</datatype19>'#13#10+
    '  <datatype20>randomdata</datatype20>'#13#10+
const NodeIterations = 10000;

  TDummyRecord = record
    D1, D2, D3, D4, D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D11, D12, D13,
      D14, D15, D16, D17, D18, D19, D20: string;
  TDummyRecordArray = array[1..NodeIterations] of TDummyRecord;

procedure ParseDummyXMLToRecordArray(const InputText:string; var A: TDummyRecordArray);
var PInputText: PChar;
    cPos, TextLen: Integer;
    C: Char;
    State: Integer;

    tag_starts_at: Integer;
    last_payload_starts_at: Integer;
    FlagEndTag: Boolean;

    NodeName, Payload: string;

    cNode: Integer;

const st_not_in_node = 1;
      st_in_node = 2;
  cPos := 1;
  TextLen := Length(InputText);
  PInputText := @InputText[1];
  State := st_not_in_node;
  last_payload_starts_at := 1;
  cNode := 0;

  // This is the lexer/parser loop. It's a finite-state machine with only
  // two states: st_not_in_node and st_in_node
  while cPos < TextLen do
    C := PInputText[cPos-1];
    case State of

      // What happens when we're NOT currently inside a node?
      // Not much. We only jump to st_in_node if we see a "<"
        case C of
              // A node starts here. Switch state and set up some simple
              // flags.
              state := st_in_node;
              tag_starts_at := cPos + 1;
              FlagEndTag := False;

      // What happens while inside a node? Again, not much. We only care about
      // the "/" - as it signals an closing tag, and we only care about the
      // ">" because that means the end of the ndoe.
        case C of
          '/': FlagEndTag := True;
              // This is where the magic haepens. We're in one of possibly two states:
              // We're ither seeing the first <name> of a pair, or the second </name>
              if FlagEndTag then
                  // This is the closing pair of a tag pair, ie, it's the </NodeName> What we'll do
                  // depends on what node is closing, so we retreive the NodeName:
                  NodeName := System.Copy(InputText, tag_starts_at+1, cPos - tag_starts_at-1);
                  if NodeName <> 'node' then // SAMPLE-DATA-SPECIFIC: I know I don't care about "node" tags.
                    // SAMPLE-DATA-SPECIFIC: I know there are only two kinds of nodes:
                    // "node" and "datatypeN". I retreive the PAYLOAD for the node because
                    // I know it's not "ndoe" and I know I'll need it.
                    Payload := System.Copy(InputText,last_payload_starts_at, tag_starts_at - last_payload_starts_at -1);
                    // Make sure we're dealing with a valid node
                    if (cNode > 0) and (cNode <= High(A)) then
                        // Based on NodeName, copy the Payload into the appropriate field.
                        if NodeName = 'datatype1' then A[cNode].D1 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype2' then A[cNode].D2 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype3' then A[cNode].D3 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype4' then A[cNode].D4 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype5' then A[cNode].D5 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype6' then A[cNode].D6 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype7' then A[cNode].D7 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype8' then A[cNode].D8 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype9' then A[cNode].D9 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype10' then A[cNode].D10 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype11' then A[cNode].D11 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype12' then A[cNode].D12 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype13' then A[cNode].D13 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype14' then A[cNode].D14 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype15' then A[cNode].D15 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype16' then A[cNode].D16 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype17' then A[cNode].D17 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype18' then A[cNode].D18 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype19' then A[cNode].D19 := Payload
                        else if NodeName = 'datatype20' then A[cNode].D20 := Payload
                          raise Exception.Create('Unknown node: ' + NodeName);
                      raise Exception.Create('cNode out of bounds.');
                  // Repeat :-)
                  state := st_not_in_node;
                  // Node start. Retreive node name. I only care about the start of the "NODE" - if I see that
                  // I'll increment the current node counter so I'll go on filling the next position in the array
                  // with whatever I need.
                  NodeName := System.Copy(InputText, tag_starts_at, cPos - tag_starts_at);
                  last_payload_starts_at := cPos+1;
                  if NodeName = 'node' then Inc(cNode);
                  state := st_not_in_node;

var DataString: string;
    SB: TStringBuilder;
    i: Integer;
    DummyArray: TDummyRecordArray;
    T1, T2, F: Int64;

      // Prepare the sample string; 10.000 iterations of the sample data.
      SB := TStringBuilder.Create;
        for i:=1 to NodeIterations do
        DataString := SB.ToString;
      finally SB.Free;

      // Invoke the simple parser using the string constant.

      ParseDummyXMLToRecordArray(DataString, DummyArray);

      WriteLn(((T2-T1) * 1000) div F);

      // Test parse validity.
      for i:=1 to NodeIterations do
        if DummyArray[i].D1 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D1 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D2 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D2 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D3 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D3 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D4 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D4 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D5 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D5 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D6 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D6 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D7 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D7 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D8 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D8 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D9 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D9 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D10 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D10 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D11 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D11 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D12 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D12 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D13 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D13 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D14 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D14 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D15 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D15 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D16 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D16 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D17 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D17 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D18 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D18 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D19 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D19 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));
        if DummyArray[i].D20 <> 'randomdata' then raise Exception.Create('Bug. D20 doesn''t have the proper value, i=' + IntToStr(i));

    except on E: Exception do Writeln(E.ClassName, ': ', E.Message);
    WriteLn('ENTER to Exit');

Fast parser for logs

Tag : perl , By : Lauren Kirschner
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help I answered this in my response to your comment on my solution to your previous question.
Here is the answer I gave before, together with the new data that you have shown in this question.
use strict;
use warnings;

my $string = 'id=firewall time="2010-05-09 16:07:21 UTC" ...';

my @fields = $string =~ / (?: "[^"]*" | \S )+ /xg;

print "$_\n" for @fields;
time="2010-05-09 16:07:21 UTC"

Is there a fast parser for date

Tag : r , By : Josh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you For datetimes fasttime provides very fast parsing to POSIXct , Given
## the following two (here three) lines are all of fasttime's R/time.R
fastPOSIXct <- function(x, tz=NULL, required.components = 3L)
  .POSIXct(if (is.character(x)) .Call("parse_ts", x, required.components)
           else .Call("parse_ts", as.character(x), required.components), tz)
## so we suggest to just use it, and convert later
fastDate <- function(x, tz=NULL)
  as.Date(fastPOSIXct(x, tz=tz))
R> library(microbenchmark)
R> library(fasttime)
R> d <- rep("2010-11-12", n=1e4)
R> microbenchmark(fastDate(d), as.Date(d), times=100)
Unit: microseconds
        expr    min      lq    mean  median      uq     max neval cld
 fastDate(d) 47.469 48.8605 54.3232 55.7270 57.1675 104.447   100  a 
  as.Date(d) 77.194 79.4120 85.3020 85.2585 87.3135 121.979   100   b


Fast CSV parser with low GC load

Tag : java , By : browe
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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