The iteration and matching section of the tutorial shows iterating through a list -- sequentially.
Any suggestion on how to exploit Rholang concurrency?
I can imagine map and reduce with code duplicated 4x to get 4x parallelism and so on, but that seems kinda ugly.
The key aspect of the iteration which makes it sequential is that on line 7 a `for` blocks the loop from continuing until the current iteration is complete. If there was no such block then the loop would essentially unroll all at once and you would get fully concurrent execution on the list. That's the beauty of Rholang -- it's concurrent by default and you need to actively try to make it sequential.