I have a problem with my code written in Fortran. I am using Visual Studio 10 as platform and I have Intel parallel Studio XE 2013.
I am helping a colleague who has written an engineering program that involves a function returning an array of large size (0.5 to 2 GB typically on Windows x64 OS with 16 GB RAM) and who is noticin
I love ARM. Yes, I do. - Why do I work for Intel then? Because I love Intel even more.
I have a vector, REAL(4)::V(1000). Say that the largest one happens to be V(123). I need to re-order the values so that V begins with the largest, i.e. Vnew(1) = Vold(123)
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I first installed VS Community 2017. Then I proceed to install the parallel studio. During the installation, the prerequisite check was fine. The setup detected the correct version of VS.
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