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You can improve the execution speed of a For Loop by enabling parallel iterations. LabVIEW normally partitions For Loop iterations into chunks and executes them sequentially. When you enable parallel iterations on a For Loop, LabVIEW executes chunks simultaneously, improving the execution speed of computationally intensive For Loops.
Complete the following steps to execute For Loop iterations in parallel:
Review the performance considerations to ensure that a For Loop will benefit from parallelization.
Refer to the Parallel For Loop Reduction VI in the labview\examples\Structures\Parallel For Loop directory for an example of using a For Loop with parallel iterations.