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An array section used in the ALLOC modifier of an OFFLOAD directive must be contiguous.

An array section used in the ALLOC modifier of an OFFLOAD directive must be contiguous.

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  • Invalid clause for the OpenMP* DECLARE SIMD directive.

    Invalid clause for the OpenMP* DECLARE SIMD directive.

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  • The specific subroutines in an unformatted defined I/O must have exactly four dummy arguments.

    The specific subroutines in an unformatted defined I/O must have exactly four dummy arguments.

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  • The variable used in the ALLOC modifier must be the same as the base variable in the IN/OUT/INOUT/NOCOPY clause of the OFFLOAD directive.

    The variable used in the ALLOC modifier must be the same as the base variable in the IN/OUT/INOUT/NOCOPY clause of the OFFLOAD directive.

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  • LINEAR list-item must be of type INTEGER.

    LINEAR list-item must be of type INTEGER.

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  • The specific subroutines in a formatted defined I/O must have exactly six dummy arguments.

    The specific subroutines in a formatted defined I/O must have exactly six dummy arguments.

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  • The variable used in the INTO and ALLOC modifiers in an IN clause of the OFFLOAD directive must be the same variable.

    The variable used in the INTO and ALLOC modifiers in an IN clause of the OFFLOAD directive must be the same variable.

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  • The OpenMP* SIMD directives require perfectly nested loops: no code may appear before or after the loops being collapsed.

    The OpenMP* SIMD directives require perfectly nested loops: no code may appear before or after the loops being collapsed.

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  • A DEC$ FMA or DEC$ NOFMA directive must not appear in a module specification-part.

    A DEC$ FMA or DEC$ NOFMA directive must not appear in a module specification-part.

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  • Only one identifier is allowed when the ALLOC modifier is used.

    Only one identifier is allowed when the ALLOC modifier is used.

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