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Author Martin.Teichmann
Recipients Martin.Teichmann, asvetlov, yselivanov
Date 2019-06-19.07:41:48
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When working with queues, it is not uncommon that at some point the producer stops producing data for good, or the consumer stops consuming, for example because a network connection broke down or some user simply closed the session.

In this situation it is very useful to simply cancel all the waiting getters and putters. A simple method can do that, Queue.cancel.
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