This sentence is ungrammatical, and I am not entirely sure what it is trying to communicate:
Using list or tuple as the args argument which passed to the
Threadcould achieve the same effect.
I’ll grant that “which passed” might have just been a typo for “which is passed” (similarly, that “a” is simply missing before “list”); but the overall phrasing still seems very strange to me.
Based on the subsequent code example, I think this is intended to convey:
The args argument passed to the
Threadconstructor can be either a list or a tuple.
but this point seems trivial, and out of place. If anything, the explanation of the
kwargs arguments for the constructor should be expanded instead; or else the preamble “Thread Objects” section should be clearer about how “passing a callable object to the constructor” is used to “specify the activity” of the Thread.
(Aside from that - the args argument can be any
Sequence, can’t it? And why give a separate, specific example of args while ignoring kwargs?)