Microsoft Windows* 8.x

SETFONT Returns only Italic

Hi There,

New to IVF and new to these forums...not sure where to post this question.

I am in the process of porting a DOS 6.2 Fortran program to IVF XE 2011 quickWin and WIndows 7 Standard Embedded and am perplexed with a font issue.

The OS Fonts CPL shows 5 proportional Arial Fonts (Black, Bold, Bold Italic, Italic and Regular). In \windows\Fonts there are 5 corresponding ttf files.

 The statement SETFONT('t''Arial''h20w12b') returns the correct result BUT it is italic. I don't want italic....

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Migration Compaq to Intel Fortran (2x)


I have sucessfully migrated a project from Compaq Compiler to Intel using the tutorial provided by Intel.

The program results were nearly identical to the original one.

When a presented the results to my client, they asked if there is any difference between

1) Migrating the whole compaq project using thw "wizard" 

2) Creating a empty fortran project in Visual Studio adding the sources codes to the solution.

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dynamic allocation weirdness

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