multiprocessing module (http://docs.python.org/3/library/multiprocessing.html) allows two ways of communication among processes, both based on the message passing paradigm. As seen previously, the message passing paradigm is based on the lack of synchronizing mechanisms as copies of data are exchanged among processes.
The official Python documentation recommends the use of a pipe for every two endpoints since there is no guarantee of reading safety by another endpoint simultaneously.
In order to exemplify the use of the
multiprocessing.Pipe object, we will implement a Python program that creates two processes, A and B. Process A sends a random integer value in intervals from 1 to 10 to process B, and process B will display it...