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A Boolean flag that s True if the application can be executed concurrently by another thread in the same process A Boolean flag that s True if the application can be executed concurrently by another process A Boolean flag that s True if the application will only be executed once during the lifetime of the executing process
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The start_response parameter is a callable object of the form start_response(status, headers) that is used by the application to start a response status is a string such as '200 OK' or '404 Not Found' headers is a list of tuples, each of the form (name, value) corresponding to a HTTP header to be included in the response for example, ('Content-type','text/html') The data or body of a response is returned by the web application function as an iterable object that produces a sequence of byte strings or text strings that only contain characters which can be encoded as a single byte (eg, compatible with the ISO-8859-1 or Latin-1 character set) Examples include a list of byte strings or a generator function producing byte strings If an application needs to do any kind of character encoding such as UTF-8, it must do this itself Here is an example of a simple WSGI application that reads form fields and produces some output, similar to what was shown in the cgi module section:
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CGIHandler()
Creates a WSGI handler object that runs inside a standard CGI environmentThis handler collects information from the standard environment variables and I/O streams as described in the cgi library module
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Creates a WSGI handler that operates within a CGI environment, but where the standard I/O streams and environment variables might be set up in a different way stdin, stdout, and stderr specify file-like objects for the standard I/O streams environ is a dictionary of environment variables that is expected to already contain the standard CGI environment variables multithread and multiprocess are Boolean flags that are used to set the wsgimultithread and wsgimultiprocess environment variables By default, multithread is True and multiprocess is False