Concurrently performing a task or a set of operations on a collection of data is referred to as data parallelism. For example, if we have a list of files in a folder and we want to rename them all, we can create a
For loop that goes through the collection and, during each iteration, the loop performs a rename command. We can also iterate through a collection datatype such as a
DataView using a
foreach statement. These are specialized
ForEach statements that are part of the Task Parallel Library (TPL) in the
The TPL provides the
Parallel library to make it easy to perform concurrent operations on a dataset or data collection using the different overloads of the ...