Inspired by a posting on comp.lang.fortran I looked up whether the Intel Fortran compiler could "do" coarrays on Windows. It turns out it can indeed, at least as far as building a simple program is concerned. But I ran into a problem when I tried to run it:
Hi, I have installed VS2013 and Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013 in Windows 7, 64 bit Laptop.
I have some fortran 77 code that I have been using for so Long. I want to recompile them using Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013.
When I compile one of them with Intel Visual Fortran, it' s compiled. But I don't have the expected result, because the end-of-file condition occurs. (IERR Error) ERROR !!! QSORT : IERR = ****.
QSORT is a subroutine in my .f source file.
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I have two questions about WRITE/READ operations on shared arrays.
1) In my program I write a different element of a given shared array at every iteration of an OpenMP-parallelized DO LOOP. The results that I get should be right but I'm just wondering whether this is fine or I should enclose the READ/WRITE section in a CRITICAL block. Then, I also READ elements from a shared array without modifying them and it seems to work. Are these procedures correct?
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I have this line:
write(13,153) ((( ALOG(WSratio(I,J,K))/ALOG(ZU/ZL), I=1,7), J=1,4), K = 3)
Upon compile, IVF v.14.x says this:
error #5082: Syntax error, found ')' when expecting one of: ,
It's almost acting as thought my parentheses are unbalanced, but I believe they are balanced.
I wonder what the real violation is here.
Any help is appreciated, as always.
I have access to Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2013 with Update 4. I want to integrate the Intel Fortran Compiler and MKL with VS on Windows 7. So, what I think I need to do is this:
1) Install VS Professional 2013
2) Install Intel Paralell Studio XE 2015 Composer Edition
Is this correct? Is there a better option? Is there somewhere I can read more about my options and/or detailed instructions for integrating these two products?
Thanks in advance
Apologies if this has been covered before but it is a while (ex 2013) since I updated my compiler. Email for latest update came a day or so ago and I figured it was about time I updated from XE2013 (has mostly been working fine, but have been encountering some issues of late).
Anyway, at the very start of the install process I get the following message: