When writing Intel Fortran code in MS Visual Studio, the ‘write-to-screen‘ commands (Print & Write) display info on the ‘white-letters-on-black-background’ display screen. In both my VS 2015 and old VS 2010 the default limit on that display screen’s pages is 5, I believe. To increase that number of pages seems straightforward in 2015 by increasing “Buffer Size” & “Number of Buffers”. However, that does not work in my old VS 2010 installation. Does anybody remember how to increase those pages in VS 2010? TO1Flyer
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