Use the Intel® Fortran Compiler to compile and generate applications. The following are some important features of the compiler:
Older Versions and Context Sensitive/F1 Help
To use the Context Sensitive/F1 Help feature, visit the Download Documentation: Intel® Compiler (Current and Previous) page and follow the instructions provided there. You can also use this download to access the current and previous versions on your local machine.
Compiler Setup explains how to invoke the compiler on the command line or from within an IDE.
The compiler supports many OpenMP* features, including most of OpenMP* Version TR4: Version 5.0.
Intel® Many Integrated Core Architecture
The Intel compiler supports elements that enable programming for and building binaries to run on the Intel® Many Integrated Core Architecture (Intel® MIC Architecture).
The Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors are based on the Intel® Many Integrated Core architecture (Intel® MIC architecture).
Compiler Options provides information about options you can use to affect optimization, code generation, and more.
The Language Reference provides information on language syntax and semantics, on adherence to various Fortran standards, and on extensions to those standards.
For information about the Fortran standards, visit the Fortran standards technical committee website at http://j3-fortran.org/.
Fortran Language Extensions
Fortran Language Extensions provides information about how to use additional implementation features, such as creating a Component Object Model server and generating listing and map files, among others.
Mixed Language Programming
Mixed Language Programming provides information about Fortran and C interoperable procedures and data types, as well as various specifics of mixed-language programming.
List of Run-Time Error Messages
List of Run-Time Error Messages describes the errors processed by the Intel® Fortran run-time library (RTL).