Microsoft Windows* 8.x

Problem with starting fortran compiler


I downloaded and installed Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE 2011 for Windows with IMSL for 64bit computer. Before that I installed MS visual studio 2010. Now, I can't start the compiler by visual basic. 

I tried to read the getting started note:

To start the Intel® Visual Fortran Compiler XE 12.1 from Microsoft Visual Studio* IDE, perform the following steps: 


But I can't find the option 3 in the visaul studio when I try to create a new project.

Can anyone help me in this regard?



How to prevent Print statements from interfering with graphics?

I am working on a graphics APP, but I do from time to time have to insert Print statements, for user interaction,

informational purposes, and for debugging.

Despite my best efforts to keep the Print statements away from the graphics part, it corrupts the

graphics output. Of course we know that causing scrolling will destroy the graphics, but in this case no scrolling is involved.

The graphics are still corrupted. It would be nice to keep them in the same window, but maybe that really isn't practical.


The Chronicles of Phi - part 1 The Hyper-Thread Phalanx

The term phalanx is derived from a military formation used by the ancient Greeks and Romans. The formation generally involved soldiers lining up shoulder to shoulder, shield to shield multiple rows deep. The formation would advance in unison becoming “an irresistible force.” I use the term Hyper-Thread Phalanx to refer to the Hyper-Thread siblings of a core being aligned shoulder-to-shoulder and advancing forward.

Problem with allocatable string array expansion

program SumRes
implicit none

! file1
!  lc120008A100Lh0_11     840.9    1031.9  1     843.3    1015.5  2     492.4    1496.3    5479.7    5956.7      1.26      3.03
!  lc122391A100Lh0_11     795.0    1146.5  8     796.8    1139.6  9     442.4    1453.2    5478.6    5927.7      1.18      4.01
  iuS=10; crad='lc120008A100Lh0_11     840.9    1031.9  1     843.3    1015.5  2     492.4    1496.3    5479.7    5956.7      1.26      3.03'
   do nlc=1,20000

0.0000000567 becomes 0.000000000, why?

Hi, there is a parameter sigma which should be equal to 5.67*10**(-8) in my programming.  When the code is like this

          sigma= 5.67*10**(-8)

         L=0.1 !m



         ua=2000.0 !K



        print*, t

the results is t=0.00000000

However, when the code is like this

         sigma= 0.0000000567

         L=0.1 !m



Developing a C# Plugin for The Intel® vPro™ Platform Solution Manager

This article shows some simple steps to develop a C# plugin to be launched by The Intel® vPro™ Platform Solution Manager (PSM) framework application. Bear in mind that PSM includes several preconfigured plugins which cover common usage scenarios, so plugin development is recommended only for customized functionalities.
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