Ubuntu python threading timer

2017-01-11  Source: Original Site  Category:Ubuntu  Views:294 


anyone programming in python?:) ..im a beginer

def hello():
print "hello"
t = threading.Timer(5.0, hello).start()

t = threading.Timer(5.0, hello)

i would like to make a thread which will repeat every 5 sec.
i done that...but when i exit gui form the tread is still running
and every 5 sec i get the output and i have to pres ctrl+c to end the program in console

i know i have to cancel it...i did that..but not working i get the errors like "AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'cancel'"

how can i solve this?

btw im seeking for good python forum...if anyone knows one

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