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A set of utility functions for coroutines.

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A set of utility functions for coroutines.

Example

In this example we will be showing comap. comap is like __builtins__.map; however, it knows about the coroutine protocol (send, throw, and close). Here we will show how you can map over a coroutine while still being able to send into it.

>>> def my_coroutine():
...     yield (yield (yield 1))
>>> from cotoolz import comap
>>> cm = comap(lambda a: a + 1, my_coroutine())
>>> next(cm)
2
>>> cm.send(2)
3
>>> cm.send(3)
4
>>> cm.send(4)
Traceback (most recent call last):
    ...
StopIteration

Dependencies

cotoolz depends on CPython 3 and some means of compiling C99. We recommend using gcc to compile cotoolz.

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