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Re: need to suspend/resume a child thread

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On 2008-11-13 02:57, scsoce wrote:
A child thread has a long-time executions, how to suspend it and resume
back the orignial place ? I know it' nature to use singal, but child
thread cannot get signal as Python Manual say. And i dnt like to check
status variable as the long-time executions can not or be dirty to stop
to do check.
I'm not sure I understand... the OS will take care of all this
for you.

If you want to suspend the execution of a thread you have
to explicitly code for this in the code running in that thread
and use e.g. a semaphore or thread lock.

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