- Windows* OS
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- Linux* OS
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- Routine name shorthand (for example,?ungqrinstead ofcungqr/zungqr).
- Font conventions used for distinction between the text and the code.
Routine Name Shorthand
- Refers to all four data types of the vector-vector?swaproutine:sswap,dswap,cswap, andzswap.
- UPPERCASE COURIER
- Data type used in the description of input and output parameters for Fortran interface. For example,CHARACTER*1.
- lowercase courier
- Code examples:a(k+i,j) = matrix(i,j)
- lowercase courier italic
- Variables in arguments and parameters description. For example,incx.
- Used as a multiplication symbol in code examples and equations and where required by the programming language syntax.