Python socket.sendall() function working

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"The function sendall() should be used only with blocking sockets."

But I do not see any such condition in the Python documentation. Could anyone clarify?
Nov 8, 2018 in Python by Anirudh
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socket_sendall clearly gives up once send() returns -1, which it will do (with errno of EAGAIN or EWOULDBLOCK) if you call it on a non-blocking socket without calling poll() or select(). (And the internal_select function skips calling poll()/select() when the socket is non-blocking.)

answered Nov 8, 2018 by Nymeria
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