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Issue with dshiftl and dshiftr

Consider the following fortran 2008 program. 

program foo
  integer(kind=8) i,j
  i = z'1111111111111111'
  j = z'4444444444444444'
  do n=0,64
    print "(i2,': ',z16,2x,z16)",n,dshiftl(i,j,n),dshiftr(i,j,n)
  end do
end program foo

 

When compiled with Intel Fortran Compiler 14.0.3.174 build 20140422 or 15.0.2.164 build 20150121, it produces the incorrect output for n=0 and n=64,

 0: 5555555555555555  5555555555555555
...
64: 5555555555555555  5555555555555555

It should produce

tabs setting in VS2015

When I alter the tabs setting in VS2015 to "Keep tabs", this is maintained for the duration of my current open editing session, but is lost if I close and then re-open VS.  I have tried alternative options, including altering the tab setting for all languages to keep tabs, without any success.  Is there a default setting file that I can alter to fix this issue?

coarray_samples accompanying IVF Composer XE 2013 SP1 Update 3 not running properly

Hi there,

I'm trying to compile and run the coarray example found in the Samples directory. What I have here is IVF Composer XE 2013 SP1 Update 3, Visual Studio Professional 2012 (11.0.61030.00 update 4) and MS Windows 10 Home Single Language (64 bits). My processor is Core i5-4210U (dual core).

When I build and run the application using the VS solution found in coarray_samples.zip, all I see is a black terminal window with no output that will stay open until killed. The Windows task manager shows four coarray_samples.exe processes.

BRAVO INTEL on latest update

The 2016 update is excellent! Thank you INTEL!

I was using INTEL Parallel Studio 2015 with Visual Studio 2010, so i also had to upgrade to Visual Studio 2013 and therefore i was expecting issues to come at me from all over the place.

But everything went on without a hitch (one minor LNK1117 error where apparently the format of version changed, so fixed that and voila! all worked!)

Intel Visual Studio

Hello,

I tried to install the Intel Visual Frortran Studio XE but I get some messages which are shown in the attached Word file.  The other attached document shows the Intel Visual Fortran Studio XE comes with Microsoft Visual Studio Shell and Libraries (highlighted in yellow).  It appears that Visual Studio Shell and Libraries are not installed.  I used these with PTI PSS/E software.  How can I get the Visual Studio Shell and Libraries installed which are part of the software I purchased?

Could you please help me resovle this issues?

Thanks

 

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