functions_openmp, a C code which demonstrates some features of some of the OpenMP library functions.
Some of the most useful OpenMP library functions include:
dynamic_truefalse = | omp_get_dynamic ( ) |
t_max = | omp_get_max_threads ( ) |
nested_truefalse = | omp_get_nested ( ) |
p_num = | omp_get_num_procs ( ) |
t_num = | omp_get_num_threads ( ) |
t_id = | omp_get_thread_num ( ) |
wtime = | omp_get_wtime ( ) |
in_parallel_truefalse = | omp_in_parallel ( ) |
omp_set_dynamic ( dynamic_truefalse ) | |
omp_set_nested ( nested_truefalse ) | |
omp_set_num_threads ( t_num ) |
This code demonstrates how some of these functions are used, and how they behave in parallel and non-parallel regions.
The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page are distributed under the MIT license
functions_openmp is available in a C version.
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