[Python-3000] mechanism for handling asynchronous concurrency
jcarlson at uci.edu
Wed Apr 19 05:15:42 CEST 2006
Andy Sy <andy at neotitans.com> wrote:
> The Io language has what (on paper) seems to be a very
> neat, Pythonic mechanism for doing asynchronous concurrency.
> The mechanism is called futures and is described at:
> Perhaps Python 3000 can incorporate some similar ideas
> in its syntax or standard library?
This has been the case since Python 2.2 (if I remember correctly), see
generators. Python 2.5 adds a mechanism to pass information back into
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