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June 2019

— for (auto &a : stats) {
a.analysis(array);
}

— std::vector<std::thread> threads;
for (auto &a : stats) {
auto t = std::thread(&bitstat::analysis, &a, array);
threads.emplace_back((std::move(t)));
}

for (auto &t : threads) {
if (t.joinable())
t.join();
}

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— Because you're asking.. 2?
For the type and for the allocator type?

— Yea!

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std::for_each(std::execution::par, stats.begin(), stats.end(), [&array](auto &&item) { item.analysis(array); });

— Is this your implementation of a threadpool?

— STOP SHOWING ME YOUR LITTLE SHITS

— I DONT WANT TO BE OVERLOADED BY SHITTY MODERN "EFFICIENT" C++ BULLSHITTING

— Rgghh

— What..

— Purge complete.

— 😂😂😂

— 😂😂😂😂

— Hy

— BinaryByter can you join ot? wanna ask you something