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Function std.parallelism.TaskPool.stop

Signals to all worker threads to terminate as soon as they are finished with their current Task, or immediately if they are not executing a Task. Tasks that were in queue will not be executed unless a call to Task.workForce, Task.yieldForce or Task.spinForce causes them to be executed.

void stop() @trusted;

Use only if you have waited on every Task and therefore know the queue is empty, or if you speculatively executed some tasks and no longer need the results.



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