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The data received by the server will be send to a Tk gui to update some gui row. The gui will have 50k of row of HList widget and some 20k of those row will be simultaneously changing. Without thread the gui is hanging and not scrollable and usable. Hence trying to introduce thread so that the gui does not hang and stays unaffected when thousands of its rows are changing itself.


In reply to Re^2: How to introduce threading in socket communication by Anonymous Monk
in thread How to introduce threading in socket communication by simonz

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