I'd like to get warnings from the compiler when variables are unintialized or when there is possible data loss by changing datatypes without properly typecasting them.
float flPoint = 1.225f; int i = flPoint // no warning
Is this possible ? Couldnt figure it put yet. Thanks a lot!
I'd like to have the Compiler warning me for the following things:
We recently switched to Parallel Studio from MS Visual Studio (2005 I think) intel fortran compiler version 10.1.011.
Dear all, I would have the following question:
After installing the Intel System Studio 2017 on compilation i get the error:
MSB6006 "icl.exe" exited with code -1073741571.
With ISS 2016 Update3 the compiler works.
Hi, everyone. I'd like to suggest the following code:
I'm working on machines Intel core i5 6400 (2.7GHz, Windows 8.1, 8GB RAM) and Intel core i7-5930K (3.5 GHz, Windows 8.1, 32 GB RAM)
I'm trying to link to a commercial software (MSC.Marc 2016) using the 2017 Intel MKL/Fortran compiler/C compiler and I get the error that /opt/intel/compilers_and_libraries/linux/mkl/lib/intel64_li
I am a bit confused by the initialization buffer for ippiResizeSuper.