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Vaclav_10-Feb-19 4:34
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Thanks Leon.
Found this and my first impression is that simple "Hello world" MAY be better way to get more familiar with OpenMP. Just "adding OpenMP" to my existing code is not going to tell me if it is doing anything useful until I add some controls / measurements / trace.
That is contrary to my initial statement that I am not interested in analyzing OpenP processes, but to do that I need more experience with OpenMP.


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