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reading the new OpenMP 4.0 API specifications, and focusing on the additions for accelerators, the behavior of the device clause in the constructs target and target data was not very clear to me.
I suppose that the number inside the device clause corresponds to a device ID.
It is specified in the specification that "If there is no device clause, the default device is determined by the default-device-var ICV."
But what if the number does not correspond to any device? Say that you have only two devices available, and you give to the clause the number '6'. What happens?
The code in the target region is executed on the host? On the device specified by the default-device-var ICV? or is it not executed at all?
I didn't find in the specification where this is addressed.
Additionally, here is one typo I detected in section1.3: at line 26, target devce is written instead of target device.
Thanks for your comments! It is good to know someone is reading these sections this closely.