Function maps in Array Notation are not converted to multi-threaded calls

Reference Number : DPD200167322

Version : 12.0

Product : Intel® C++ Compiler XE

Operating System : Windows*, Linux* and Mac* OS

Problem Description : 
In "Intel® C++ Compiler XE 12.0 User and Reference Guides" -> "Creating Parallel Applications" -> "Using Intel® Cilk™ Plus" -> "Extensions for Array Notation" -> "C/C++ Extensions for Array Notations Programming Model", it says:

"Function maps are powerful tools used to apply a set of operations in parallel to all elements of an array section. The compiler takes advantage of function maps to generate multi-threaded parallel calls."

At this point, Intel C++ Compiler XE doesn't generate multi-threaded code for function maps. The last sentence needs to be removed.

Resolution Status : 
This documentation defect has been fixed. The fix will be available in a future product update.

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