Join Danny Shih as he demonstrates using the range partitioner feature. Parallel.For is great, but being a general solution, it does not perform optimally for certain specific scenarios, such as when there are a ton of iterations and very little work per iteration. In these cases, the range partitioner can be used to speed things up.
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