I have several questions about I/O that may or may not be related but any help would be appreciated.
I have a Fortran program that has worked for years under NT 3/4. I recently moved to Win2K. After recompile/link, I get errors such as floating invalid that I never had before.
I have built up a rather large inventory of FORTRAN programs (many of which use QuickWin for graphics) and would like to use a better GUI front-end (such as Visual Basic) to launch these programs.
Can someone please tell me how to read tab-delimited text from an external file (ie data from Excel saved as a tab-delimited text file)?
We have a project that causes the compiler to go into an infinite loop when attempting to compile one of the source files.
The problem I experienced is the following: I compile and run my fortran code (exactly the same code has no problems on the NT machine), and after some time (not every time), the code gets stuck.
Ok I've read the Mixed language programming section and tried porting some legacy code with common blocks and C structures.
Does anyone know a way to get inlined module functions.
Does anyone know how to implement the equivalent of C function pointers in fortran? I have heard rumours of LOC() and EXTERN.