mixed language

mixed language



         I always used fortran but now I have to mix two languages(FORTRAN,C). I followed these steps:

        - I made the 'c' code;

        -I used the 'c' compiler to create the object file(.obj);

       - I created a new fortran project;

 My doubt is only this one: how can I say to the compiler inside the IDE, and not in command prompt, to compile with the c object file? Where is that option?


    thanks in advance










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You will need to create a separate project in your solution for your C code.  If you have Fortran main program, you can add a C static library project in your solution, include your C code in that project, and link your Fortran against the lib file generated in the C project.


Also, take a look at the Intel Fortran samples for mixed-language programming:


User and Reference Guide for the Intel® Fortran Compiler 14.0

Using the Intel® Fortran Samples

The following applies to Fortran for Microsoft Visual Studio* 2010 and 2008.

The Intel® Fortran Compiler installs a number of sample programs. These programming samples illustrate a variety of concepts such as:


  • Creating console applications

  • Creating QuickWin applications

  • Creating Win32 applications

  • Using mixed-language support

  • Using OpenGL* in Fortran applications


The programming samples are located in the<install-dir>\Samples\ directory. These samples have associated build files that use the Intel® Fortran Compiler, in command-line mode, to compile and build the Fortran sources.

For further information on the samples and how to use them, use a web browser to open and read the samples.htm document in the \Samples\ folder.

Parent topic: Using Microsoft* Visual Studio* (Windows* OS)

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Alos, look at the documentation in "User and Reference Guide for the Intel Fortran Compiler" under Compiler Reference, Mixed Language Programming.

Thanks for the answer

   But now I have a new doubt. How can I creat a 'C' static library inside IDE?


P R. wrote:


   But now I have a new doubt. How can I creat a 'C' static library inside IDE?

There is an infinite amount of information available online on how to use Visual Studio for various C/C++ projects.  Go through Visual Studio help, consult MSDN (Microsoft site), StackOverflow, CodeProject, etc. and you will find lots of useful links like this one: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/ms235627(v=vs.110).aspx.  Note on this link the section on "Creating a console app that references the static library" - this can readily apply to your scenario if you have a main project that is written in Fortran.

Hi, P R, you can find some informations over here (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms235627.aspx), I think that it could be useful for you! It is not difficult to do this...

Ketson Roberto

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