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No, programming languages don't have their own port numbers. Port numbers are for specific services. If you are sending mail through SMTP, then use the SMTP(25) port. If you are connecting to a HTTP server, then use the HTTP(80) port. I think you get the jist. They can be changed, but normally you want to stick with the standard.

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    [marioroy]: ... at runtime.
    [marioroy]: The other problem is if a module isn't thread or multi-process safe, there's no posix_exit equivalent on the Windows platform without exiting the entire script.
    [Discipulus]: and the workaround you proposed works better? ie load them once and then copy them for threads?
    [Discipulus]: ah this is another interesting point: how to know if a module is or is not thread safe?
    [Discipulus]: .. sorry mario if i'm bothering you at 5:46
    [choroba]: Some modules mention their thread safety in the documentation
    [choroba]: if they don't, it's safer to asume they aren't safe
    [Discipulus]: maybe one day i'll ask is sopw: like a 9 prove for thread safety will be good

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