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Right now a task can only resolve if one input (with the same pattern, e.g. *.txt) is given, if pattern within input renders more than one possible hit task will not properly finish. However some in order to take multiple inputs task must:
Control the computer resources in order not to exceed the number of available CPUs and memory. For instance, when we pass more than one input and give it to a program that uses multithreading, if many inputs are given resources may be exceeded and odd behaviors may happen.
There are two types of usages in which this might be useful and that render very different results:
When task returns one output per input file
When task returns one output for all input files given.
Note: output may in fact be several files, here I mean by output the 'results of a task'.
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