MAPSYS 7 FREE DOWNLOAD
I checked the documentation and I don’t see this requirement so I don’t know why it is being enforced. Write up the answer, please, because I’m surprised by this. The easiest way to get around your problem is to make print a function rather than a statement. The real error is hidden. I’ll take a deeper look into your answer tomorrow.
|Date Added:||27 September 2012|
|File Size:||45.52 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
I managed to solve it. Edit 2 – manual processes works mapsys 7 well: Traceback most recent call last: Instead it must use the same technique as when a new process is spawned. Mapsys 7 I use ThreadPool from multiprocessing. I suppose to a process. I get that a map function expects the function to return a value, but I don’t get why the value can’t be None.
Sign up using Email and Password. The real error is hidden. Or is setting it as a target different? This means a new interpreter is started.
MAPSYS – POWERUp18
I’m not sure how it’s relevant here. However, in some circumstances there are ,apsys to get around this limitation. The easiest way to get around your problem is to mapsys 7 print a function rather than a statement.
On the Windows platform processes cannot be forked, but must be spawned instead. This simple change to your program runs correctly. I’m not sure why, exactly, but pool. Can you tell the implementation difference between Process and Pool that causes this?
For the interpreter to run the given function it is sent the name mapsys 7 the function to run and the module it is located in. Post as a guest Name. I can use pool.
I don’t have time today to dig into the source code to answer this, or I’d take a look Write up the answer, please, because I’m surprised by this. You can only pass a function that is directly referable from a module namespace. If you just use a simple map built-in to Python 2. Why can’t I use pool. I know they are totally separate where, but even an idea can teach a lot How does this fit with edit mapsys 7 Unix has a special feature whereby a process can be forked and all its memory duplicated.
Sign up or log in Sign up mzpsys Google. I suggest you post a new question with the title “why does pool. The interpreter imports the module and looks up mapsys 7 function, before finally running the function.