questions about scope/threading
eugene1977 at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 16 19:28:35 CEST 2002
I understand thread differs from fork because thread shares local variables.
I'm having trouble understanding what's considered local variables..
any help will be greatly appreciated.
my questions are commented
def __init__(self, blogUrl, blog_id):
self.blogUrl = blogUrl # is self.blogUrl a shared
variable among threads or is blogUrl shared(has to be synchronized)?
self.blog_id = blog_id # even it's class variable?
counter = 0 # is this similar to C++ static
counter = counter + 1
self.someVar = MyClass(self.someVar2) # should i worry about
synchronizing about this statement?
def Method1(self, var1)
var1 = var1 + 1; # what's the scope of var2?
var2 = 10;
for var3 in var1:
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