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compiling for mutliply cpu

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I have been asked the question if I can compile my vb.net programs to use more than 1 cpu.
I have looked at the choices that I have when compiling a program and I don't see anything about the number of cpu.

I don't want to write a multithreaded program just want a program that can see more than 1 cpu and use it.
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>>I don't want to write a multithreaded program

Then you are stuck.  One thread runs on one cpu.  (Else how does it know where it is in the code?)
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No, You can not automatically compile your VB.Net program to you more than 1 CPU.

There is no such an option in the Visual Studio or any other IDE.

This is why more than 95% of applications you see on the market are not multithreaded.
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Thanks much I was afraid that was the answer but Thaught I should ask the experts.
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