Dear forum and Intel developers,
Consider the following code:
real(kind=8), allocatable, dimension(:) :: x,y
It will produce blank output. The rememdy is to explicitly allocate x before the reshape statement.
Now the following:
I have an application with an OPEN statement specifying a static filename for program input data accessed with READ statements (i.e., FILE = 'MY.in') and the same situation for program output via WRITE statements (i.e., FILE = 'MY.out'). I would like the ability for the user to store the input files in a working directory they create to meet their needs before program execution and the output files produced in the working directory during program execution.
Frances Roth, from Intel, wrote a Fortran-themed limerick for an internal contest. She didn't win, but I thought her entry was great and she graciously allowed me to share it:
There Once Was A Woman From Intel
Knew MIC Architecture Was So Swell
She Programmed All Day
In Fortran! Hurray!
So Phi To That OpenCL
The following code compiles and works under the GNU fortran compiler. On the Intel compiler I get:
error #8178: The procedure pointer and the procedure target must have matching arguments.
mytype%point1 => type2subroutine
Here is the code:
type :: type1
procedure(type1interface), pointer :: point1
class(type1) :: a
I have install UBUNTU 12.04 (64bit) and Intel Fortran Comper 2013.12.146 and when i try to ru simple program try1.f
print*, 'Hello World!'
I get the following error: Will this be due to path incorrectly defined on ~/.bashrc file?
Please Assist. Thanks
I'm using linux and wander whether it's possible to link to MySQL in f90. Any suggestion is appreciated!
I have written the Test code
a(1:n,1:n) = 0.0
write(*,*)"Reached the end of part array subroutine"
which works completely fine in gfortran. But ifort compiler throws segmentation error for i value in the range 1445 to 9999.
Is there a version of Intel Fortran compiler (for mac) comptabile with Xcode 4.6?
Hello, Intel team!
I develop an application using MPI technology and run it on one of the supercomputers of theRussianAcademyof Sciences. They have IFC v12.0.3 installed. I may have found a bug in the compiler.
There is a real(4), allocatable, 2-dimensional array in my code (actually there are a lot of them, but only one causes problems). Depending on how many cores I use, the dimensions of the array vary from (81:102, 1:22) for 96 cores to (97:114, 1:18) for 150 cores.
First I set each element of this array individually (in a 2d-cycle), like this: