A collection of basic list functions which can be run in parallel mode (both sync or async).
Parallel tools (named in manner to itertools & functools) is a set of commonly used list traversal functions, which is working in parallel (fault-tolerant) in synchronous or asynchronous manner.
Implementation is based on python threading module, so be aware of GIL.
Currently implemented functions are (both sync & async):
- filter - filters the list by predicate you provide;
- map - applies a function to each element of the list.
Important: Due to nature of parallel processing the order of results isn’t guranteed. Although, function is returns a list because the objects you want to process might not be hashable, hence you can’t use a set.
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