TaylorBench - A very simple benchmark, that, that tests the low-level performance of a MIDP-compliant device.
The source is open, without any copyright, so you're free to do what you like with it, as long as you acknowledge me in the 'About' Alert.
I take no responsibility whatsoever for battery-drainage, screen-burn, CPU-cooking, squinting, war, famine, voting unwisely, or other any adverse effects that may occur with its use.
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