Author tim.peters
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Date 2004-06-03.05:25:45
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Brett, FYI, a daemon thread differs from a non-daemon 
thread in only one respect:  Python shuts down when only 
daemon threads remain.  It waits for non-daemon threads to 
finish.  So a daemon thread can keep running after the 
interpreter has torn itself down completely.  For that reason, 
problems in daemon threads doing non-trivial things are 
almost guaranteed.
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