Syntax error <> vs .NE.

Syntax error <> vs .NE.

I just upgraded from DVF 6.1 to 6.5. I installed visual studio SP4 prior to installing DVF 6.5. For some reason the compiler thinks that all occurences of <> are invalid syntax and the only way for the compile to work is to change these to .NE.

Why should this be necessary?


Larry Scheier
SEI Associates

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Because they ARE invalid syntax. The correct operator in Fortran is /= (or .NE.) We fixed a bug where <> was accepted - why it was in there in the first place, we don't know!


Steve - Intel Developer Support

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