[docs] [issue12155] queue example doesn't stop worker threads
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Tue May 24 03:17:50 CEST 2011
Raymond Hettinger <raymond.hettinger at gmail.com> added the comment:
> It doesn't define do_work(), num_worker_threads or do_work()
Is it unclear to you what those mean? They are placeholders for the user's actual task at hand.
> my concern is that it doesn't stop worker threads.
Stopping the threads wasn't the intent of the example.
> I consider "t.daemon = True" as an hack to not care
> about stopping threads.
If you post a high-quality self-contained example somewhere on the net, I would be happy to link to it.
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