Antoine Pitrou added the comment:

> 2 threads:
>  1. A server thread waiting for clients, maybe spawning even more
> threads for each connection.
>  2. A small shell thread reading commands from stdin. When "quit" is
> read it closes the server socket, which shuts down the server (the
> server thread just notices that the socket was closed and shuts down
> properly).

You're originally talking about socket._fileobject. I don't see what
that has to do with a listening socket being closed ("a server thread
waiting for clients").


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