You can provide more information about loop dependencies by specifying a
parameter to the attribute by adding an integer type C++ constant expression argument to the attribute. The
parameter specifies the maximum number of consecutive loop iterations without loop-carried dependencies. For example,
indicates to the compiler that there are at least 32 iterations of the loop before loop-carried dependencies might be introduced. That is, while the
attribute guarantees to the compiler that there are no implicit memory dependencies between any iteration of this loop,
guarantees that there does not exist a loop-carried dependence with a dependence distance less than 32. For example, if an iteration reads from memory, the preceding 31 iterations and succeeding 31 iterations are guaranteed not to write to the same memory location.