On 30 April 2015 at 09:58, Greg Ewing <email@example.com> wrote:
> Ethan Furman wrote:
>> Having gone through the PEP again, I am still no closer to understanding
>> what happens here:
>> data = await reader.read(8192)
>> What does the flow of control look like at the interpreter level?
> Are you sure you *really* want to know? For the sake
> of sanity, I recommend ignoring the actual control
> flow and pretending that it's just like
> data = reader.read(8192)
> with the reader.read() method somehow able to be
> magically suspended.
Well, if I don't know, I get confused as to where I invoke the event
loop, how my non-async code runs alongside this etc.
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