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So the example I used retrieves # of processors / CPU hardware and sets the # of threads per each processor / CPU equal to # of processors / CPU hardware.
Does not make much sense.

The way I read the example - it really does not tell me how many processors / CPU hardware will be utilized.

Perhaps I need to read the OpenMP doc.
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