We note here that multiple threads writing to the same connection asynchronously could be very confusing and since the process has only one default stdout and stderr streams there is a problem. With the GUI library that is another part of this work, the threads can display their output in (potentially) separate "windows". For this purpose, we have certain widgets in different widget sets which can be coerced to be a connection with their own specialized printing methods. Namely we overload print(), etc. for these connection sub-classes.
F, no thread has write access to the task queue. If the value is
T, all threads have access.
threadAttributesobject. This can be used in "all" normal instances of thread use. You may want to change the priority value.