With respect to IVF, the following compiler settings are recommended for maintaining numerical fidelity in results:
I haven't got 12.1 installed yet, but I was wondering if with VS2010 or VS2008 is code folding enabled for XE or is the only code folding option for Linux with Photran?
Colleagues,While experimenting with upgrading some commercial engineering software for multi-core/thread operation, it has become clear that I need to detect the number of cores, NOT including hype
I now have IVF but part of the task I have involves use of CVF. One of my big challenges is matching numerical outut via CVF (v6.6C) w/ that from IVF (v.12.1.5). Let's focus on CVF.
I have a question conserning the use of allocatables in derived types.
I have made this test case:
I try to use Intel Fortran XE 2011 Composer with MKL on windows 7.When I do the optimization with my code I achieve different results for different runs with the same initial values.
We I attempted to launch Visual Fortran on my PC Syamantec Endpoint.Cloud supposidly discovered a WS1.Reputation Trojan Horse in the Program Files and refuses to run.
I have a large code that uses derived types very intensively. Allocatable variables of such derived types are declared in modules, as below:
I want to do a com server and use assumed shape arrays, but after several hours I still cant manage to make it works.Visual Studio crashes every time I run the solution.I have two projects.The fort
I have downloaded a version of intel fortran composer for a test from intel website, but ran into a problem. And below is what I have done: