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  • 2020.2
  • 07/15/2020
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DftiErrorMessage

Generates an error message.

Syntax

error_message
=
DftiErrorMessage
(
status
)
Include Files
  • mkl_dfti.f90
Input Parameters
Name
Type
Description
status
INTEGER
Completion status of a function.
Output Parameters
Name
Type
Description
error_message
CHARACTER(LEN=DFTI_MAX_MESSAGE_LENGTH)
The character string with the error message.
Description
The error message function generates an error message character string.
In Fortran, use a character string of length
DFTI_MAX_MESSAGE_LENGTH
as a target for the error message.
Example
Using Status Checking Function
shows how this function can be used.
Interface
  INTERFACE DftiErrorMessage //Note that the body provided here is to illustrate the different //argument list and types of dummy arguments. The interface //does not guarantee what the actual function names are. //Users can only rely on the function name following the //keyword INTERFACE FUNCTION some_actual_function_9( Status ) CHARACTER(LEN=DFTI_MAX_MESSAGE_LENGTH) some_actual_function_9( Status ) INTEGER, INTENT(IN) :: Status END FUNCTION some_actual_function_9 END INTERFACE DftiErrorMessage

Product and Performance Information

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