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  1. Go to the file menu and select Run → Run
  2. In the “Run” dialog, right click “Parallel Application” in the left hand menu and select New
  3. Type the name of the project in the “Name” field
  4. Click “Browse” next to the “Parallel Project” field and select the parallel project you wish to run
  5. Click “Browse” next to the “Application program” field. Go to the Debug folder and select the file with the same name as your project and with no file extension (eg. for a project named MPIC, the file will be called MPIC)
  6. Select the “Parallel” tab and enter 4 for “Number of processes”
  7. Click “Apply” and then “Close”
  8. Switch perspective to PTP Runtime View (see section entitled “How to Switch Perspectives”)
  9. Start the parallel run by clicking the arrow next to the icon and selecting your project from the list.
  10. Select the “Jobs” tab in the PTP Runtime View to see your parallel job and its processes.

The diamond-shaped icons that appear in the jobs pane are your parallel processes. If the code is still running these icons will be green. When the diamond-shaped icons turn red with a yellow exclamation point over them this means all of your processes have completed. At that point you can double click them to see any output posted (to stdout).

NOTE: There are other color codes for indicating the state of a parallel process. See Task/Process Color Codesfor more information.