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A pull producer, also known as a non-streaming producer, is expected to produce data each time
resumeProducing() is called.
||Produce data for the consumer a single time.|
||Stop producing data.|
Produce data for the consumer a single time.
This tells a producer to produce data for the consumer once (not repeatedly, once only). Typically this will be done by calling the consumer's write method a single time with produced data. The producer should produce data before returning from resumeProducing(), that is, it should not schedule a deferred write.