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Parallel LINQ in .NET C#: keeping the order

In this post we saw a simple example of PLINQ. We saw that the items are processed in an arbitrary order.

Consider the following:

int[] sourceData = new int;
for (int i = 0; i < sourceData.Length; i++)
{
	sourceData[i] = i;
}

IEnumerable<int> parallelResults =
	from item in sourceData.AsParallel()
	where item % 2 == 0
	select item;

foreach (int item in parallelResults)
{
	Console.WriteLine("Item {0}", item);
}
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C#

Handling exceptions in parallel loops in .NET C#

If a thread in a parallel loop throws an exception then no new iterations will be started. However, iterations already in progress are allowed to run to completion. 129 more words

C#

Getting Lazy with C++

Lazy evaluation can be a powerful tool for structuring your code. For instance, it can let you turn your code inside out, inverting the flow of control. 4,779 more words

Programming

Supply loop options to parallel loops in .NET C#

It’s possible to supply additional options to parallel for and foreach loops. The ParallelOptions class has the following properties:

  • CancellationToken: sets the cancellation to break a parallel loop…
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C#

Breaking parallel loops in .NET C# using the Stop method

It’s not uncommon to break the execution of a for/foreach loop using the ‘break’ keyword. A for loop can look through a list of integers and if the loop body finds some matching value then the loop can be exited. 214 more words

C#

Understanding parallelism in graph traversal on multi-core clusters

Understanding parallelism in graph traversal on multi-core clusters

article

https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/336118  interesting discution links

Parallel stepped for loops in .NET C#

We saw in this post how to create a parallel for loop using the Parallel object in .NET. One drawback of that method is the we cannot create the parallel equivalent of a synchronous stepped for loop: 87 more words

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