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library problem

Hello everyone,

I hope that I am at the right forum for my problem.

I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 10 express and Compaq Visual Fortran 6.

My problem is the following : I have to compile a *.c file that calls a *.f file. The fortran file have been compiled previously with CVF6.

First I had a message telling me that MVC10 couldn't find the libc.lib file, so I gave the path and this is ok.

local variables do not release on time

One section of my program is a module with many subroutines. In each subroutine there the same integer variables like 'i,j,k,m'. These variables are used to control the loops in each subroutine,such as ‘do i=1,10’; or used to save some temporary values.  I am sure that there are no 'common' or 'save' in my program. But when the program runing from one subroutine to another, these variable can not be changed. For example, I change k as 'k=1', it is still the former value. So i delete these variables in the subroutines and directly declare them in the module. Then, it worked well.

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Stopping BackGround worker Component In


I'm  dveloping program , where I'm using backgroundWorker component to have anther thread. To start the thread I used 

  BackgroundWorkerRun.RunWorkerAsync()  ,and to pend this thread I used

BackgroundWorkerRun.WorkerSupportsCancellation = True

But The main problem that I have is how to Stop this thread , Could you please help me to solve this problem and It will be appreciated if you provid me with some example for how to stop BackgroungWorker 

Many thanks




A possible bug in the compiler - Forrtl: severe (41): insufficient virtual memory

A possible bug in the compiler - Forrtl: severe (41): insufficient virtual memory

Note: There was a similar thread recently with a very hot discussion related to the error message 'Insufficient Virtual Memory'.

I reproduced the problem when trying to multiply two 64Kx64K matricies ( REAL(8) data type ) on a system that has 32GB of physical memory and Virtual Memory settings are as follows:

Min Size: 64GB

Max Size: 128GB

So, the system is VERY capable ( Intel Core i7-3840QM / Ivy Bridge / 4 cores ) and has lots of memory.

What is the different between allocatable and pointer variable?

What is the different between allocatable and pointer variable?

integer, allocatable :: i
integer, allocatable, dimension(:) :: i
integer, allocatable, dimension(:,:) :: i

I can use pointer to do the same thing of the above examples. no matter a variable is allocatable or pointer, thay both should be deallocated. so I don't know the difference between them, and which one should i choose under certain circumstance.

I appreciate your help!

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