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       clCreateKernelsInProgram - Creates kernel objects for all kernel functions in a program

       cl_int clCreateKernelsInProgram(cl_program program, cl_uint num_kernels,
                                       cl_kernel *kernels, cl_uint *num_kernels_ret);


           A program object with a successfully built executable.

           The size of memory pointed to by kernels specified as the number of cl_kernel entries.

           The buffer where the kernel objects for kernels in program will be returned. If
           kernels is NULL, it is ignored. If kernels is not NULL, num_kernels must be greater
           than or equal to the number of kernels in program.

           The number of kernels in program. If num_kernels_ret is NULL, it is ignored.


       Creates kernel objects for all kernel functions in program. Kernel objects are not created
       for any functionQualifiers(3clc) functions in program that do not have the same function
       definition across all devices for which a program executable has been successfully built.

       Kernel objects can only be created once you have a program object with a valid program
       source or binary loaded into the program object and the program executable has been
       successfully built for one or more devices associated with program. No changes to the
       program executable are allowed while there are kernel objects associated with a program
       object. This means that calls to clBuildProgram(3clc) and clCompileProgram(3clc) return
       CL_INVALID_OPERATION if there are kernel objects attached to a program object. The OpenCL
       context associated with program will be the context associated with kernel. The list of
       devices associated with program are the devices associated with kernel. Devices associated
       with a program object for which a valid program executable has been built can be used to
       execute kernels declared in the program object.


       Returns CL_SUCCESS if the kernel objects are successfully allocated. Otherwise, it returns
       one of the following errors:

       ·   CL_INVALID_PROGRAM if program is not a valid program object.

       ·   CL_INVALID_PROGRAM_EXECUTABLE if there is no successfully built executable for any
           device in program.

       ·   CL_INVALID_VALUE if kernels is not NULL and num_kernels is less than the number of
           kernels in program.

       ·   CL_OUT_OF_RESOURCES if there is a failure to allocate resources required by the OpenCL
           implementation on the device.

       ·   CL_OUT_OF_HOST_MEMORY if there is a failure to allocate resources required by the
           OpenCL implementation on the host.


       OpenCL Specification[1]


       clCreateKernel(3clc), clRetainKernel(3clc), clReleaseKernel(3clc), clSetKernelArg(3clc),
       clGetKernelInfo(3clc), clGetKernelWorkGroupInfo(3clc), classDiagram(3clc)


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        1. OpenCL Specification
           page 158, section 5.7.1 - Creating Kernel Objects