Is there a compiler option that will activate the "Variable XXX is used before its value has been defined" warning?
Here is the situation:
a = 1.0
z = 2.0
c = a + b
The "z" above is a typo. I really meant for it to be "b".
So because of thistypoinstead of getting c = 3.0, I will get c = 1.0.
I stillhave access to the old Compaq Visual Fortran v6.6 compiler. It issues the warning noted above, but I am unable to come up with a set of compiler options to force the warning in Intel Visual Fortran.