Get the number of available worker processes. This is one less than nprocs(). Equal to nprocs() if nprocs() == 1.


julia> nworkers()

This example returns the number of available worker processes. If no worker processes are available, it returns 1.

Common mistake example:

julia> nworkers(3)
ERROR: MethodError: no method matching nworkers(::Int64)

In this example, the nworkers() function does not accept any arguments. It is used to retrieve the number of available worker processes and does not take any input parameters. Make sure to call nworkers() without any arguments.

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