Data Science with Python

Coroutines are extremely powerful constructs that are often confused with generators. Many authors inappropriately describe coroutines as “generators with a bit of extra syntax.” This is an easy mistake to make, as, way back in Python 2.5, when coroutines were introduced, they were presented as “we added a send method to the generator syntax.” This is further complicated by the fact that when you create a coroutine in Python, the object returned is a generator. The difference is actually a lot more nuanced and will make more sense after you’ve seen a few examples. Note While coroutines in Python are currently tightly coupled to the generator syntax, they are only superficially related to the iterator protocol we have been discussing. …

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