Use this method to specify a nonnative numeric format for each specified unit number. This method requires an explicit file OPEN statement to specify the numeric format of the file for that unit number.
You can only specify one numeric file format for all unformatted file unit numbers using this method unless you also use one of the environment variable methods or OPEN statement CONVERT keyword method.
You can only specify one numeric format for all unformatted file unit numbers using the convert compiler option unless you also use one (or more) of the previous methods shown in Methods of Specifying the Data Format.
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The code below appears ok, but compiler throws an unexpected error #6197: An assignment of different structure types is invalid:
I have been googling this error and found some threads regarding the solutions to fix this error. However, I could not fix it yet.
I am running VS2015 with Intel Fortran. When I compile, it gave me this error:
error PRJ0019: A tool returned an error code
The following is the build log:
I'm getting a few errors after turning on interface checking and need some help as I'm not an experienced Fortran coder :-)
I have the code below that generates the errors #6633 & error #8284
Hi, everyone. There is a problem a I'm not quite understand about optional dummy argument. Here is the code:
We have a main dll with calculations and in this dll there are have many modules.
We want to add a post-processor but this will be placed in a separate dll In this separate dll the idea is to use modules with results from the main dll.
I have tested with a small post processor dll and now it is working (with some problems on the way) so variables from modules in the main dll are available in the post Proc. dll.
My test example:
In main dll I have this module:
!dec$ attributes dllexport :: a
Is there a trial Fortran compiler download that will integrate with Visual Studio 2012, which I have on trial?