I am new for Intel Visual Fortran Compiler. I have a Fortran code which include a main code and a input code, the main code can compile to a .exe file and then read the input file to get necessary input number. my question is how can I debug the main code with the input file so that I can see the parameters change.
I am trying to parallelize a code that is already written and contains close to 102 subroutines in the function I am trying to parallelize. In the process I saw that there were many global variables that each subroutine access and this is not good for parallel programming.
What do you think thac causes this following error:
error #6634: The shape matching rules of actual arguments and dummy arguments have been violated.
Thank you all!
I'm building a Fortran Windows DLL with the Intel Fortran Compiler XE 13.1 integrated in MS Visual Studio 2012. This DLL will be part of a Windows application developed in association with a third party. However, we experience some problems concerning the DLL after installing the application (version conflicts, error messages saying 'DLL not found', ...). So, I have a few questions:
In my QuickWin program I display a dialog by
But sometimes the dialog won´t come up. The thread seems to be stuck somewhere inside dlgModeless, no error message is being given. Sometimes the dialog comes up as it should.
Funny thing: It does make a difference if the .exe is opened in the explorer, run by Visual Studio or opened by a third party program.
In general, given a Fortran application, should differences between the 32 bit and 64 bit results be expected?
If all calculations are single precision, it seems that differences can arise in even a simple program. For instance, the following program might represent a fairly complex scientific calculation, showing that significant differences might occur when using single precision arithmetic.
Is that right? Why should there be any difference at all?
Found this surprisely hard to get an answer for. I already have MS Visual studio for C/C++/C# programming. I recently purchased Intel fortran and it installed happily into this environment. I have a tiny piece of C that I use with the Fortran to provide SEH. Adding it the project didnt get it compiled. Do I have purchase Intel C/C++ to be able to combine fortran and C together or is there a way to use an object file from the MS compiler instead?
I am having a problem while I am trying to run my program as debug.
I am facing the following error: error #8127: A null argument is not permitted when calling a Fortran routine which has an explicit interface defined.
I am not sure what is happening because in the release mode every thing work properly.
Thank you all in advance!
I have a UEL for truss element (T3D2). I'm calling and reading some .dat files inside of the UEL. I'm just reading these files inside of the UEL without doing anything to them or with them (It's just a test case). Here is an example:
OPEN(101, file="C:\Users\ak1070\Desktop\UMAT-UEL-UELMAT\UEL TEST\V1.dat", status='old',form='formatted',&
VS2008 indicates all compilation errors occur at the last line of one source file in my project. I have tried restarting devenv with different switches (/resetsettings, ...) but it does not resolve the issue. The issue occurs if I compile that specific file as well as building the entire solution and cleaning the solution does not help. Copying the source to a new file and replacing that file in the project does not resolve the issue. The issue does not occur for other source files.