This Python threading tutorial will help you understand what is a process, what is a thread, what is multithreading along with a demo on threading in Python. Before we learn about threading in Python, we need to understand what a process is. A process is an executable instance of a computer program. This means anything that is running on a computer is actually a process. A thread is something which exists within a process. A thread is a sequence of instructions in a program that can be executed independently of the remaining program. For example, if we write a large program, there might be many small tasks that program performs, each of this small tasks is considered as a thread as long as the execution is independent of the execution of the other tasks. Now let us get started and look at threading in python using some demos. Course Length: 14:45 Source: Simplilearn
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