Tells the compiler to use a specific memory model to generate code and store data.
Generates code that is not position-independent but has position-independent external references.
Tells the compiler to place in the DATA section any uninitialized variables and explicitly zero-initialized variables.
Specifies stack alignment for functions.
Specifies the default KIND for real and complex declarations, constants, functions, and intrinsics.
Causes variables to be placed in static memory.
Initializes to zero variables of intrinsic type INTEGER, REAL, COMPLEX, or LOGICAL that are not yet initialized. This is a deprecated option. The replacement option is /Qinit:[no]zero or -init=[no]zero.
Controls the display of diagnostic information.
Tells the compiler to print all enabled diagnostic messages and stop compilation.