How does ^C work in Python?
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Tue Sep 27 08:12:27 UTC 2016
dfoxfranke at gmail.com said:
> In Python, there's a minimal generic interrupt handler which calls
> Py_AddPendingCall() to schedule a call to a more complete handler. The main
> interpreter loop then calls Py_MakePendingCalls() every few iterations or on
> return from any system call.
Thanks. I assume "system call" includes library calls as well as kernel
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