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uparallel - oversimplified helper for easy parallel functions execution

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# uparallel
μparallel - oversimplified helper for easy parallel functions execution

Yes, it's oversimplified:

from uparallel import uparallel
import requests

def wikipedia(word):
return requests.get(f"{word.capitalize()}")

results = [wikipedia(word) for word in 'fork spoon spork knife cup home'.split()]
for line in results:
print(line.url, line.status_code)

So, `unparallel(num)` is a wrapper for any function to execute `num` of them in parallel.
There's three limitations:

1. It will wait until last of calls finish their execution
2. It will break on any execption, so catch it inside the function
3. Returned result is a thin wrapper, not result of function itself.

Last one need more explanation. Instead of result of function you will got a special proxy object. It will behave more or less like your normal object (like in this example with `requests`). If it's not, call `result.wait()` or even just `result()` instead of just `result`.

def add2(x):
return x+2

results = [add2(x) for x in range(10)]
for y in results:
print(y()-2, y)

And don't afread to read the code, it's less than 100 lines long.

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