PEP 255: Simple Generators
gtcopeland at earthlink.net
Mon Jun 25 09:44:42 CEST 2001
"Tim Peters" <tim.one at home.com> writes:
> Also none: a generator can yield only to its immediate caller. In that
> sense it's no more powerful (or difficult to implement) than call/return.
> It can't "remember the state of the call stack", a generator can only
> remember its own local state, and it can't yield to any places other than
> the places from which it's explicitly called. That's what spares generators
> from the implementation headaches of full-blown continuations.
> think-of-'em-as-resumable-functions-ly y'rs - tim
So what happens when you have two threads calling a generator. I guess they
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