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In using a high-performance computer, we usually commit job processing to a job scheduler. At this time, we often go through the following procedures: to create a script in its writing style depending on the job scheduler, to pass the script to the job scheduler, and to extract data from its result, create another script from the data, and pass it to the job scheduler. However, such procedures require manual intervention cost. It therefore seems better to remove manual intervention in mid-processing by using an appropriate script language. Xcrypt is a script language for job parallelization. We can deal with jobs as objects (called job objects) in Xcrypt and manipulate the jobs as well as objects in an object-oriented language. Xcrypt provides some functions and modules for facilitating job generation, submission, synchronization, etc. Xcrypt makes it easy to write scripts to process job, and supports users to process jobs easily.
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