question about threads
aahz at panix.com
Fri Jun 15 19:13:05 CEST 2001
In article <9gdc68$fhs$1 at news.hk.linkage.net>,
Alan Tsang <atsang at hk.linkage.net> wrote:
>Is it possible to explicitly tell a thread to pass execution to another
>thread in Python? Any help is much appreciated.
Depends what you mean. If you simple want the current thread to give up
the Global Interpreter Lock, use time.sleep() with a non-zero parameter;
however, the current thread may well be the one to reacquire the GIL.
If you want a specific other thread to pick up execution, you'll need to
use some lock-based mechanism; I generally recommend queues.
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