WaitForMultipleObjects in Python.
elbertlev at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 10 05:03:49 CEST 2004
> It's close enough for many uses, but not for all. But I disagree that
> such a statement must imply a wrong language choice. Python has a
> selected set of synchronization primitives and supporting functions.
> The very fact that there are any in the standard library certainly
> means, to me, that there can and should be discussions as to whether
> it has a reasonable set, without having to jump right to "switch
Python syncro promitives and threading model are the same as in java.
I'm sure that they are sufficient for creating more powerful objects,
including multilock. Will it pay off? After all Python is a scipting
Agian! How this problem is solved in java?
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