How to use 'python socket disconnect' in Python

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131def on_connect(self, socket):
132 # Called whenever a new connection is accepted.
133 # socket = Source socket.
134 pass
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51@sio.on(ROUTES['BACK']['DISCONNECT'])
52async def disconnect(sid):
53
54 if sid in users_socket:
55 user = users_socket[sid]
56 del users_by_user_id[user["id"]]
57 sids_fir_remove = list()
58 try:
59 for user_data in users_socket:
60 if users_socket[user_data]['id'] == user['id']:
61 sids_fir_remove.append(user_data)
62
63 for sid in sids_fir_remove:
64 del users_socket[sid]
65 del sio.environ[sid]
66
67 if user:
68 await sio.emit(ROUTES['FRONT']['USER']['ONLINE'], {
69 'data': [users_by_user_id[user] for user in users_by_user_id]
70 }, namespace='/')
71 except:
72 pass
73
74 return await sio.disconnect(sid)

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