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What is the diffrence between parallel_for, parallel_for_each and parallel_do?

Riyad_Parvez
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What is the diffrence between parallel_for, parallel_for_each and parallel_do?

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RafSchietekat
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It is all explained in the User Guide that is available on the TBB website (and since recently in each distribution).

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robert-reed
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Riyad_Parvez
Beginner
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Sorry, for bothering. But TBB docs aren't so SEO friendly. I had hard time finding about parallel_for_each.

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Vladimir_P_1234567890
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well, it looks it not SEO problem, it is rather search is broken for user guide:) i'll check.

meanwhile search works for reference manual http://threadingbuildingblocks.org/docs/help/index.htm#reference/reference.htm

--Vladimir

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robert-reed
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Try the reference manual, under Algorithms, listed between parallel_do and pipeline algorithms.

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Riyad_Parvez
Beginner
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BTW, you guys should really improve documentation. As a newbie, I've some difficulties. And please add syntax highlighting and a decent member function list like java doc. 

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