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Diagnostic 5110: Extension to FORTRAN-77: nonstandard comment

Diagnostic 5110: Extension to FORTRAN-77: nonstandard comment

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  • Diagnostic 5126: Statement too long

    Diagnostic 5126: Statement too long

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  • Diagnostic 5145: Invalid blank/tab

    Diagnostic 5145: Invalid blank/tab

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  • Diagnostic 5163: Invalid DEC$ directive continuation

    Diagnostic remark #5163: Invalid DEC$ directive continuation

    This informational message is displayed when the compiler sees what it thinks is a continued directive but the subsequent line is not a proper continuation. This usually happens with fixed-form source, source file types .f or .for, when a non-comment line after a directive has a non-blank character in column 6. Note that directives can begin with various prefixes, including !DIR$, CDEC$ and CDIR$.

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  • Diagnostic 5179: Invalid string in DEC$ OBJCOMMENT directive (not LIB)

    Diagnostic 5179: Invalid string in DEC$ OBJCOMMENT directive (not LIB)

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  • Diagnostic 5195: Continuation character illegal in this column in fixed form program

    Diagnostic 5195: Continuation character illegal in this column in fixed form program

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  • Diagnostic 5273: Directive found when statement continuation expected. Directive ignored.

    Diagnostic 5273: Directive found when statement continuation expected. Directive ignored.

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  • Diagnostic 5411: Feedback inactive for xxxx in this compilation

    Diagnostic 5411: Feedback inactive for xxxx in this compilation

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  • Diagnostic 5428: An arithmetic error occurred while evaluating constant or constant expression

    Diagnostic 5428: An arithmetic error occurred while evaluating constant or constant expression

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  • Diagnostic 5463: Type mismatch between dummy and actual args in call to 'xxxx'

    Diagnostic 5463: Type mismatch between dummy and actual args in call to 'xxxx'

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