I am trying to compile simple code using openmp.
Here is the code (file test.cpp):
Compiler Methodology for Intel® MIC Architecture
A knowledgeable customer asked why there is no OpenMP min or max reduction for C, as there is for Fortran. I agreed this seems useful.
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