How to use print_lc_status method in avocado

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...179 else:180 async with lc.lock:181 lc.started.insert(0, task)182 debug('Task %s: has not finished yet' % task)183def print_lc_status(lc):184 print("\033c", end="")185 print(str(lc))186async def worker(lc):187 """Pushes Tasks forward and makes them do something with their lives."""188 while True:189 complete = await lc.complete190 debug('Complete? %s' % complete)191 if complete:192 break193 await bootstrap(lc)194 print_lc_status(lc)195 await triage(lc)196 print_lc_status(lc)197 await start(lc)198 print_lc_status(lc)199 await monitor(lc)200 print_lc_status(lc)201if __name__ == '__main__':202 NUMBER_OF_TASKS = 40203 NUMBER_OF_LIFECYCLE_WORKERS = 4204 tasks_info = [TaskInfo("%03i" % _) for _ in range(1, NUMBER_OF_TASKS - 1)]205 state_machine = TaskStateMachine(tasks_info)206 loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()207 workers = [loop.create_task(worker(state_machine))208 for _ in range(NUMBER_OF_LIFECYCLE_WORKERS)]209 loop.run_until_complete(asyncio.gather(*workers))...

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