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Add python code in threading mode

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threadmycode is a tiny Python library lets you convert your Python methods into asynchronous, non-blocking methods simply by using a decorator.

To enable the theading mode, First paramater should not be keyword paramater First paramater of the function must be iterable Function will be called in thread with first paramter as iterated value of iterable

if first paramater is not a iterable then normal execution happens


    import threadmycode as multithreading
    import time
    import random
    import signal
    # kill all tasks on ctrl-c
    # signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, multithreading.killall)

    # or, wait for task to finish on ctrl-c:
    signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, multithreading.stop)

    def hello(count):
        sleep = 3
        print("Hello %s (sleeping for %ss)" % (count, sleep))
        print("Goodbye %s (after for %ss)" % (count, sleep))

    if __name__ == "__main__":

The output would look something like this:

    $ python
    Hello 0 (sleeping for 3s)
    Hello 1 (sleeping for 3s)
    Hello 2 (sleeping for 3s)
    Hello 3 (sleeping for 3s)
    Goodbye 0 (after for 3s)
    Goodbye 1 (after for 3s)
    Goodbye 2 (after for 3s)
    Goodbye 3 (after for 3s)
    Hello 4 (sleeping for 3s)
    Hello 5 (sleeping for 3s)
    Hello 6 (sleeping for 3s)
    Hello 7 (sleeping for 3s)
    Goodbye 4 (after for 3s)
    Goodbye 5 (after for 3s)
    Hello 8 (sleeping for 3s)
    Goodbye 6 (after for 3s)
    Hello 9 (sleeping for 3s)
    Goodbye 7 (after for 3s)
    Goodbye 8 (after for 3s)
    Goodbye 9 (after for 3s)


The default maximum threads is equal to the # of CPU Cores. This is just a rule of thumb! The Thread module isn't actually using more than one core at a time.

You can change the default maximum number of threads using:

    import threadmycode as multithreading

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