This has to be a silly problem but I can't seem to find the source of it.
I am trying to use pointers to create links between objects. Using Fortran and here is the code piece:
Hi, So I am very new to Fortran and just started working with Microsoft Visual Studio.
I know its possible to call C# from Fortran via C++. but was wondering do we some direct way to do it with the new intel compiler 2015?
How to make this code better in Fortran 2003?
IF A == 1 THEN (STATEMENTS) I … 100 …
I see the errors, but in fact I have the following output:
Hi, I am in evaluation mode of your product on Windows and OS X. I am trying to get some legacy FORTRAN IV code running and I have issues with existing multiple entry point subroutines.
I have built a very simple DLL using Intel fortran. I can successfully call a routine in it from an Excel visual basic macro on my own computer, but not on another computer. I get a message about
Why can I link my Intel Fortran dll (sum_if.dll) to my Fortran (sum_test) but not my C++ one (sum_cpp.dll)? All are accepted as STDCAL DLLs by other software e.g.
Hi all, I'm attempting to recompile a mixed C++/Fortran project for a x64 platform / Debug configuration but keep running into a LNK2005 error.
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