print 1 to 10 in OperationQueue don’t print whole number

You need to import PlaygroundSupport and set PlaygroundPage.current.needsIndefiniteExecution = true at the top of the file.

If you use the other sink method, the one that you also get a completion handler block for, then in that completion handler you should call PlaygroundPage.current.finishExecution()

Edit: Call PlaygroundPage.current.finishExecution() in a barrier block on the queue, otherwise that gets called before your print statements all execute.

Here’s my testing code:

PlaygroundPage.current.needsIndefiniteExecution = true

let queue = OperationQueue()

let subscription = (1...10).publisher
    .receive(on: queue)
    .sink(receiveCompletion: { _ in
        queue.addBarrierBlock {
            print("Finished")
            PlaygroundPage.current.finishExecution()
        }
    }, receiveValue: { value in
        print("Received \(value) on thread \(Thread.current)")
    })

And the output:

Received 1 on thread <NSThread: 0x7fd86f204080>{number = 2, name = (null)}
Received 2 on thread <NSThread: 0x7fd86f404340>{number = 3, name = (null)}
Received 3 on thread <NSThread: 0x7fd86f404430>{number = 4, name = (null)}
Received 7 on thread <NSThread: 0x7fd86f405240>{number = 5, name = (null)}
Received 6 on thread <NSThread: 0x7fd86f205c50>{number = 6, name = (null)}
Received 10 on thread <NSThread: 0x7fd86ce487f0>{number = 7, name = (null)}
Received 5 on thread <NSThread: 0x7fd86cf048a0>{number = 10, name = (null)}
Received 9 on thread <NSThread: 0x7fd86ce49b20>{number = 11, name = (null)}
Received 4 on thread <NSThread: 0x7fd86cf2a4c0>{number = 12, name = (null)}
Received 8 on thread <NSThread: 0x7fd86ce4ad60>{number = 13, name = (null)}
Finished

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