asyncore module in Python lets you build a network of asynchronously communicating clients and servers using sockets.
Since threads are no longer required, the implementation is much easier. Use the following code to import the
asyncore module into your program:
close_all function in the
asyncore module is used to close all connections. To close one connection, we can use the
close function defined in
asyncore, but if multiple connections are present, we must use the
close_all takes no mandatory inputs as arguments.
close_all function has no return value.
Below is an example of how you can use the
close_all function. This is a general example, as the
close_all function can be called before running the
loop for the
asyncore module. Before calling the
close_all function, you may establish a connection and handle their reads and writes.
import asyncore #your code for establishing connections and handling their # read and writes asycnore.close_all() asyncore.loop()
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