The Threaded class

(PECL pthreads >= 2.0.0)

Introduction

Threaded objects form the basis of pthreads ability to execute user code asynchronously; they expose and include synchronization methods and various useful interfaces.

Threaded objects, most importantly, provide implicit safety for the programmer; all operations on the object scope are safe.

Class synopsis

Threaded implements Traversable , Countable , ArrayAccess {
/* Methods */
public array chunk ( integer $size , boolean $preserve )
public integer count ( void )
public bool extend ( string $class )
public Threaded from ( Closure $run [, Closure $construct [, array $args ]] )
public array getTerminationInfo ( void )
public boolean isRunning ( void )
public boolean isTerminated ( void )
public boolean isWaiting ( void )
public boolean lock ( void )
public boolean merge ( mixed $from [, mixed $overwrite ] )
public boolean notify ( void )
public boolean pop ( void )
public void run ( void )
public mixed shift ( void )
public mixed synchronized ( Closure $block [, mixed $... ] )
public boolean unlock ( void )
public boolean wait ([ integer $timeout ] )
}

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