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# num_cpus

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- [Documentation](https://docs.rs/num_cpus)
- [CHANGELOG](CHANGELOG.md)

Count the number of CPUs on the current machine.

## Usage

Add to Cargo.toml:

```toml
[dependencies]
num_cpus = "1.0"
```

In your `main.rs` or `lib.rs`:

```rust
extern crate num_cpus;

// count logical cores this process could try to use
let num = num_cpus::get();
```