In the example code below, I'd like to recover the return value of the function
worker. How can I go about doing this? Where is this value stored?
import multiprocessing def worker(procnum): '''worker function''' print str(procnum) + ' represent!' return procnum if __name__ == '__main__': jobs =  for i in range(5): p = multiprocessing.Process(target=worker, args=(i,)) jobs.append(p) p.start() for proc in jobs: proc.join() print jobs
0 represent! 1 represent! 2 represent! 3 represent! 4 represent! [<Process(Process-1, stopped)>, <Process(Process-2, stopped)>, <Process(Process-3, stopped)>, <Process(Process-4, stopped)>, <Process(Process-5, stopped)>]
I can't seem to find the relevant attribute in the objects stored in