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parallel\Events::setTimeout

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parallel\Events::setTimeoutBehaviour

Descrição

By default when events are polled for, blocking will occur (at the PHP level) until the first event can be returned: Setting the timeout causes an exception to be thrown when the timeout is reached.

This differs from setting blocking mode to false with parallel\Events::setBlocking(), which will not cause an exception to be thrown.

public parallel\Events::setTimeout(int $timeout): void

Shall set the timeout in microseconds

Exceptions

Aviso

Shall throw parallel\Events\Error if loop is non-blocking.

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1 year ago
You can call <?php $events->setTimeount(-1); ?> to cancel timeout.
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