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Date 2018-01-12.15:05:56
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I have the following code, which works without multiprocessing:

data=[[['','','','','','','','','','','','']]]
data[0][0][0] = 5
data[0][0][1] = "5" # data in the array is mixed with float and str
print(data)

#=> [[[5, '5', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '']]]

Now I want to use Multiprocessing and every process should be able to change the 3D list. This doesn't work and no error message is shown.

from multiprocessing import Process, Manager
manager=Manager()
data=manager.list([[['','','','','','','','','','','','']]])
data[0][0][0] = 5
data[0][0][1] = "5"
print(data)    

#=> [[['', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '', '']]]

I found the following text:

list(sequence)
Create a shared list object and return a proxy for it.
Changed in version 3.6: Shared objects are capable of being nested. For     
example, a shared container object such as a shared list can contain 
other shared objects which will all be managed and synchronized by the 
SyncManager.(https://docs.python.org/3/library/multiprocessing.html)

Unfortunately it also doesn't work with 3.6.3, same problem as before! But as it should work, I guess it's a bug?

I use Ubuntu 16.04...
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