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Compatibility: ObjectARX and Visual Fortran

Hello, everyone!


I am Welber, from Brazil, and i was started the research in my university in Strutctural Analysis for AutoCad with programation.

I saw wich when i want to develop somehting for AutoCad i need to use "ObjectARX" and Visual Studio Professional (with some language of programation). But, i can't do it work good.


When I finish the instalation package, I see the VS and not find the option "ObjectARX" with the language "Visual Fortran"


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FORALL(I = 1:II, J = 1:JJ, K = 1:KK, NULL(I, J, K) == 1)
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    VN(I, J, K) = DX(I, J, K) * DY(I, J, K) * DZ(I, J, K)

In compiling / running the code after turning off my StackReserveSize number, I was noting this code was eating up stack.  So, I replaced it with

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What can I do for using visual fortran in visual studo?

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Can someone help me to solve this problem?

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Slow response after integrated VS2013 and Intel@ Parallel Studio XE 2015

Dear all,

I have installed VS2013 and Intel@ Parallel Studio XE 2015 in Windows 7 64 bit machine and have a project with C++ and Fortran mixed programing. Now a very troublesome thing is that after opened the project and edit the Fortran code (the .f90 file size is more than 1 MB), the response of VS2013 is very slow, and with the time of editing, the response is more and more slow. However, there is no any problem when editing C++ code.

Other two facts:

1) if I only open the Fortran souce file from a new VS2013 window, it is also no problem.

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