I am looking for flag option that used to generate intermediate representation of OpenMP* on icc, such as explain in (1.7.1 Work Sharing Example).
Also, is it possible to extend icc compiler by adding new pragma (directive)?
Thanks in adavnce
I encountered a weird problem when I was trying to use SIMD directives and AVX instructions to vectorize my loops.
I wrote the following small program to illustrate this problem:
This might be a silly question, but I can't seem to decide on the answer myself. Is a compiler allowed to optimise past a call to a subroutine? For example, consider this:
subroutine sub ( l, r ) real(8), intent(inout) :: l(*), r(*) l(2) = 2.0_8 call other_sub(l(1), r(1)) l(2) = r(2) end subroutine sub
Is the compiler allowed to remove the first assignment, since other_sub is called with only the first elements of the arrays?
Is there any way I can summon nCores with OpenMP?
the code below fails to compile with ifort 188.8.131.52 at -O2 and -O3 and with the specified checking options, but not with -O0 or -O1 and not with older versions.
module ifort14_ice implicit none contains subroutine sub () integer :: nc5 integer :: len_rep integer :: min_rep min_rep = 10 min_rep = 30 min_rep = 60 nc5 = min(min_rep, len_rep) end subroutine sub end module ifort14_ice
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