When building applications that call Intel MKL functions, it may be useful to determine:
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In this section, ? stands for a precision prefix or suffix of the routine name and may have the value of s, d, c, or z.
The following examples of code and link lines show how to activate direct calls to Intel MKL kernels in Fortran applications:
Include mkl_direct_call.fi, to be preprocessed by the Fortran compiler preprocessor
After installing the Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL), verify that the library is properly installed and configured:
Intel MKL installs in the <parent directory> directory.
Not all Intel MKL function domains support both C and Fortran environments. To use Intel MKL Fortran-style functions in C/C++ environments, you should observe certain conventions, which are discussed for LAPACK and BLAS in the subsections below.
Use the command-line Link tool provided by Intel MKL to simplify building your application with Intel MKL.
The tool not only provides the options, libraries, and environment variables to use, but also performs compilation and building of your application.