Coroutines for consumer/producer frameworks

I learned a bit about coroutines (in the context of Python) today. My understanding of them is they are a generalisation of generators in which you can return to the yield point with an argument. The problem I have is that I’m not quite sure of when they’re useful. I mean, is there some situation when they’re overwhelmingly the best thing to use?

I asked that question here in the context of a specific example, although the answer doesn’t wholly satisfy me.


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