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OMP Parallel for MS Visual Studio with Intel Fortran
I have been working on a simulator that simulates multiple objects simultaneously. I use MS Visual Studio with Intel Fortran on Windows and Intel Fortran on Linux. I have made everything within the main simulation loop pure so that we could try making the simulator run faster on multi-processor machines. I added th... 6 Mar 2007 14:16
Digital/Compaq/HP Visual Fortran on Windows 2000/XP
Jeff Ryman wrote: Does anyone know if any version of Digital/Compaq Visual Fortran less than v6.6 will run on Windows XP or Windows 2000? I have taken on a project (for no charge) to add some functionality to an existing program that is supposed to compile with DVF/CVF. I have v5.0D and v6.1A. My p... 6 Mar 2007 20:40
pictures as comments
I suppose this applies to any programming language. What does the standard say about pictures as comments ? I think it would be a great idea. ... 25 Feb 2007 07:56
BLAS: dgemm
I am trying to get the dgemm BLAS routine to work, this is what I do: I have a 'stnd' kind defined as follows: integer, public, parameter :: stnd = kind(1.0) and my matrices a and b are of size nxn and of the real kind: real(kind=stnd), dimension(:,:), intent(in) :: a, b furthermore, i have: r... 14 Feb 2007 11:47
John Burkardt has many Fortran 90 codes at his site, many of which are translations of Fortran 77 code. SLATEC is a big Fortran 77 library with a Fortran 90 translation (free source form) at . Having replaced non-integer do loop variables in the original SL... 5 Feb 2007 23:32
pointer and allocatable array problem
Hi, I'm trying to use pointers and allocatable arrays for the first time, but I just can't get it right. The program first calls a subroutine which generates a matrix of which the size is given as a dummy argument. The matrix itself is declared as allocatable. The allocation itself happens in the subroutine I ju... 27 Jan 2007 11:41
hi every body i use IMSL library , it works nice for simple functions . i have 2 problem now . 1) i use this subroutine to solve three equation with three variables . i know this set must have 2 sets of answers , but program give only one of them . ( these valuse are right ) but i don't konw why it doens't give t... 24 Jan 2007 04:32
hi every body i am new in fortran and want to use library . but i don't know how i can start it form fortran workspace ( i use compaq visual fortran 6.5) . am i need to laod something ?? best,nakisa ... 21 Jan 2007 20:04
pointer association with empty targets
program test_ETA ! Empty Target Association real,dimension(10),target:: a real,dimension(10):: b real,dimension(:),pointer:: p p => a(7:3) print *,associated(p,a(7:3)) call ts(a(7:3),p) print *,associated(p,a(7:3)) call ts2(a(7:3)) call ts2(b(7:3)) contains subroutine ts(a,p) real,dimension(:),intent(in),ta... 24 Jan 2007 07:50
Pointer to subroutine?
My program encodes several different methods for doing the same thing. I'd like to choose among them at runtime, and in some languages I'd set a pointer to the chosen function, and then reference the pointer for each function call. Is there a way to do this in Fortran? Thanks, --Andi ... 19 Jan 2007 16:50
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