I noticed the following indentation:
I am about to re-install VS Community and am hoping someone can tell me which modules I need to install in order to provide the visual environment for running Intel Fortran Composer Edition 2016, i
I have Intel Parallel Studio 2015 (via floating license) installed on my desktop, and recently purchased an IMSL add-on license.
I am using Visual Studio 2010 with Intel Fortran Composer XE 2013 Update 1.
I have a problem while running a fixed format Fortran program.
I use IMSL to calculate a integral equation: F(T)=exp(-Ea/T) dT, where Ea is a 5*3 matrix of random number.
I am investigating a strange problem with just one of our customers on a Windows Server 2008 R2, SP1 machine.
This is an excerpt of the code:
I have a single threaded program which I would like to run multiple times, and ideally I would like it to start up on any free core - though I realize that may not be possible.
When I add the window api subroutine "Sleep" to my collection, it did not work as intended. It turned out that there is another subroutine "Sleep". The following program does run fine:
Is there a intel fortran callable function to set the current working directory? Windows/OS has a function:
ac_setdir = SetCurrentDirectory(trim(path)//""C)