simple Thread question

Beeyah dbickett at
Wed Aug 18 02:48:11 CEST 2004

adeger at (adeger) wrote in message news:<b8001e9f.0408031151.4f617c6 at>...
> 	def run(self, name):
> 		import time
> 		for i in range(1,11):
> 			print 'thread ', name, ' instance ', str(i)
> 			time.sleep(1)

You're importing the time module for every TestThr() object you
create, that's no good. You only need to import the module once, at
the beginning of the file like you've done with threading.

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