Source code for

#   This file is part of do-mpc
#   do-mpc: An environment for the easy, modular and efficient implementation of
#        robust nonlinear model predictive control
#   Copyright (c) 2014-2019 Sergio Lucia, Alexandru Tatulea-Codrean
#                        TU Dortmund. All rights reserved
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Various auxiliary tools for do-mpc.

import pickle

from ._indexedproperty import IndexedProperty
from ._structure import Structure
from ._casstructure import *
from ._timer import Timer

[docs] def save_pickle(filename, data): filename = filename.replace('.pkl','') with open(filename + '.pkl', 'wb') as f: pickle.dump(data, f)
[docs] def load_pickle(path_to_file): with open(path_to_file, 'rb') as f: data = pickle.load(f) return data
[docs] def printProgressBar (iteration:int, total:int, prefix:str = '', suffix:str = '', decimals:int = 1, length:int = 100, fill:str = '█', printEnd:str = "\r"): """ Print a progress bar to the console. Args: iteration: Current iteration total: Total iterations prefix: Prefix string suffix: Suffix string decimals: Positive number of decimals in percent complete length: Character length of bar fill: Bar fill character printEnd: End character """ percent = ("{0:." + str(decimals) + "f}").format(100 * (iteration / float(total))) filledLength = int(length * iteration // total) bar = fill * filledLength + '-' * (length - filledLength) print(f'\r{prefix} |{bar}| {percent}% {suffix}', end = printEnd) # Print New Line on Complete if iteration == total: print()