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I really appreciate all contributions to this thread so far.
As anything "new" to me I do not have any specific / planned way to proceed with my learning , especially to cover some of the less obvious / less visible aspects.
I do however maintain that learning new technology is not always "from bottom up" , it is a mosaic / puzzle whose pieces by itself do not make much sense.

Let me restate my "objective" in using OpenMP - utilize ALL CPU's available in the application.
I have deliberately NOT specified WHAT the app does. My objective should be descriptive enough.

But to attempt to refine the "puzzle" , and for those curious, I do not foresee any future applications critical in sequence of how the app is executed.
I still believe that utilizing all hardware CPU's will eventually benefit the app, but honestly I am not interested in proving / disproving that in any specific way.

As far as OpenMP "tutorials" - it is very mature technology and most of the tutorials reflect that. And some of them are just repetitious in the cautioning the reader in "difficulties " of debugging multi threaded applications.
Cheers
Vaclav
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