When starting a python thread:
class MlThrd(threading.Thread): def run(self): system(UserPath+"\\FRply.py"); SubProc = MlThrd(); SubProc.start();
Will python take care of memory cleanup when that thread has stopped?
In otherwords, will that thread be a done deal, memory wise, when it finishes its task?
I want to run similar code multiple times and not cause anything to remain in memory once execution is over.