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[wxPython] How to allow events during long processing routine?

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I'm running some code that takes a long time to finish. I would like the
user to be able to do other things while it is running. It seems to me
there is a function I can call to tell wxPython to process any pending
messages or events. I would call this perhaps every 1000 times through my
loop. Anybody remember the name of that function?

Brent
Jul 18 '05 #1
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Survey says.................................
........wxYield()

;)
M.E.Farmer

Jul 18 '05 #2

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Thanks, M.E.Farmer.

I continue to be impressed with how quickly and nicely one can get help
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Brent
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Survey says.................................
.......wxYield()

;)
M.E.Farmer

Jul 18 '05 #3

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