program SumRes implicit none ! file1 ! lc120008A100Lh0_11 840.9 1031.9 1 843.3 1015.5 2 492.4 1496.3 5479.7 5956.7 1.26 3.03 ! lc122391A100Lh0_11 795.0 1146.5 8 796.8 1139.6 9 442.4 1453.2 5478.6 5927.7 1.18 4.01 integer::nlc,ius=10 character(:),allocatable::crad,StrArr(:) iuS=10; crad='lc120008A100Lh0_11 840.9 1031.9 1 843.3 1015.5 2 492.4 1496.3 5479.7 5956.7 1.26 3.03' do nlc=1,20000 if(nlc==1)then strarr=[crad]
Whether Intel® Visual Fortran Composer XE 2013 will work with full functionality without Installation of Microsoft visual studio 2013 in Windows 7 Operating system ?.
Hi, there is a parameter sigma which should be equal to 5.67*10**(-8) in my programming. When the code is like this
the results is t=0.00000000
However, when the code is like this
How do I clean up the entries in Control Panel?
I still have Compose XE 2013 Update 15 listed as being installed, even though this does not appear in VS.
When I attempt to uninstall the older version, the uninstall fails.
Yesterday I made an unexpected discovery about how Visual Studio handles excluded files.
Perhaps it is obvious (but wasn't to me) that excluding files from a build is specific to the configuration.
I am sitting in on a STAT class, so I generated an APP for the professor,
that he could use to display bell-shaped curves and random sampling.
1) What kind of computers will be able to RUN an app that we generate here?
Would the graphics interface be a problem? Its a Quickwin app.
What about tablets?
2) Is there a way to port an application without hanging up on
the security checks?
I can see why one would NOT want applictions to be freely sent around.
The vectorizer cannot safely use aligned loads or stores for this data access, either because the data are not aligned to an n-byte boundary in memory, or because the compiler does not know the alignment. The compiler must use unaligned memory accesses, which may be less efficient. The value of n depends on the targeted instruction set and corresponds to the width of the vector instructions: 16 for Intel® SSE, 32 for Intel® AVX and 64 for Intel® AVX-512 instructions.
The TRIM function in combination with getcwd doesn't do anything for me. Why is that so? Any ideas?
CHARACTER(len=255) :: cwd Character(:),allocatable :: trim_cwd CALL getcwd(cwd) trim_cwd = TRIM(cwd) ! still holds all the trailing spaces