Multiprocessing queue in Python?

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How does multiprocessing queue works on python?

Lets say I have two python modules that access data from a shared file, let's call these two modules a writer and a reader. My plan is to have both the reader and writer put requests into two separate multiprocessing queues, and then have a third process pop these requests in a loop and execute as such.

My main problem is that I really don't know how to implement multiprocessing.queue correctly, you cannot really instantiate the object for each process since they will be separate queues, how do you make sure that all processes relate to a shared queue (or in this case, queues)
Oct 29, 2018 in Python by findingbugs
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Here you can find a brief example of how to implement multiprocessing in python.
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