Hello. I noticed this problem with an allocatable character variable when used inside a polymorphic linked list compiled with ifort version 13.0.1 . The output is the following.
My understanding is that I can leave out explicit enumerstion of imbedded matrices
in the argument list. How does the called routine know the dimensions of the matrix?
I have used Digital, Compaq and now Intel Fortran for some time. I took the offer toupgrade from Fortran to a package with Fortran and Parallel support that included C
Implementing Touch and Sensors for Windows* 8 Desktop Games: Confetti Interactive’s experiences developing "Blackfoot Blade"The implementation for touch and sensors is new for many PC game vendors. Blackfoot Blade from Confetti Interactive* is a 3rd person helicopter game that takes advantage of the touch and sensor capabilities of Ultrabook™ PCs. This case study shares some interesting findings for what worked and didn’t work.
Hello, I am in the process of developing an application that uses the gestures. More specifically, the finger tracking.
"Some Performance counters could not be loaded , try re-install application" , will get this error even after re-installing but the application will open
My understanding is that fmod(-2, 2) should return -0, not 0. With or without -fp-model strict I get positive 0. Is this a bug, or do I need to enable some other flag?
Is there a function/subroutine in MKL to specify that the product (matrix multiplication) of two different matrices would be symmetric so that matrix multiplication happens faster.
Are you guys ever going to fix this? $ % cat test2.f program modtest c integer kno ! uncomment this and you're fine call getk( kno ) ! external subroutine c kno = 2 !