Intel® Visual Fortran Compiler for Windows*

Why my Fortran 8.1 is not in .Net

I was updating from 8.0 to 8.1. Follow the instruction, I first uninstalled Intel fortran 8.0 and then installed the new 8.1 I've just downloaded. However when I open my Visual Studio .NET again, the fortran compiler is not there anymore! I can still use ifort from the command line though.

Could anyone tell me how I could get fortran back in to the Studio .NET?

Thanks,

Dong Zheng

Progressbar without threads?

Hi there,
Im searching for a possiblity to display a progress bar in a QuickWin Application without creating a seperate thread because it would to very difficult to rewrite the code to create a thread. I tried to use UpdateWindow, but that doesnt work...

Is there a way or is a thread the only way to display progress bars?

IVF 8.1 not printing line feeds before page feeds

IVF 8.1 is not printing a line feed before a page feed in my text output file. I open the text output file using:

OPEN (
* UNIT = OULUN,
* FILE = OUPATH,
* ACTION = 'WRITE',
* ACCESS = 'SEQUENTIAL',
* STATUS = 'UNKNOWN',
* CARRIAGECONTROL = 'FORTRAN',
* BLOCKSIZE = 80,
* FORM = 'FORMATTED',
* IOSTAT = OPERR,
* ERR = 400
* )

calling dll

Hi!

I am working on watershed modeling and need to interface (call)an existing dll (prepared in c++) in fortran code at somelevel and use its output for subsequent routine. Is it possible to call (execute) a dll (or exe) without having .lib files!! I would appreciate your input.

Thanks.

amanjot

Message editing problem...

I tried to edit the previous post of mine 'to loc or not to loc', but only the lower half (2nd code box + preceding and following text) appeared in the edit box, the initial pre-amble and first code box failed to appear. I wanted to edit the pre-amble to be 'Recently, making my first attempt at multithreading andlooking for code to crib from, I found the following in the 'samplesadvancedwin32 hreads1.f90' unit,'.

to LOC or not to LOC...

Again, when looking for code to crib to write multithreading code, I found this and used it to start a thread:

Code:

         hThread1 = CreateThread (NULL_SECURITY_ATTRIBUTES, 0,   &
                              LOC(ThreadProc),                   &
                              LOC(pColor1), 0,                   &
                              LOC(ThreadID1))

However, when I tried to compile it, the compiler objected to the 'LOC's saying it was the wrong type of object. By trial and error, I had to change the code to

Code:

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