close() method of the
DedicatedWorkerGlobalScope interface discards any tasks queued in the
DedicatedWorkerGlobalScope's event loop, effectively closing this particular scope.
If you want to close your worker instance from inside the worker itself, you can call the following:
self.close() are effectively equivalent — both represent
close() being called from inside the worker's inner scope.
Note: There is also a way to stop the worker from the main thread: the
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The definition of 'close()' in that specification.
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