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how to create continuous thread

how to create continuous thread

how to create continuous thread

How to create continuous thread

i created as

while 1:

it is working for one time but its giving an error ass
""""the first argument must be callable"""

so please help me for it,with out stack overflow problemsss

RE: how to create continuous thread

you have an infinite loop!
and for each pass, you (try to) start a new thread.
what is it you are trying to do?
and what is self.run?

RE: how to create continuous thread

what i need is ,i need to run a task continuously ,so the task data was placed in run method ,,

and i try to use thread for it...so i used the code as like thatt..

please suggest me how to write a code for continous task using threadssss..

RE: how to create continuous thread

still not clear on what you need but...

if you installed the demos with wx,
there are a couple of examples that may help you.

under 'Processes and Events',
check out the 'DelayedResult' and 'Threads' samples.

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