(PECL pthreads >= 0.34)
Cond::destroy — Destroy a Condition
Destroying Condition Variable handles must be carried out explicitly by the programmer when they are finished with the Condition Variable. No Threads should be blocking on a call to Cond::wait() when the call to Cond::destroy() takes place.
A handle to a Condition Variable returned by a previous call to Cond::create()
A boolean indication of success.
Example #1 Condition Creation and Destruction
/** You cannot use the "new" keyword, a Cond is not a PHP object **/
$cond = Cond::create();
/** You can now use the Cond in any context **/
/** Always destroy Cond you have created **/
The above example will output: