Intel® Fortran Compiler

Precision and Enumerators

program test

  integer :: i

  enum, bind (c)
    enumerator :: enum
  end enum

  print*, KIND(i), KIND(enum)

end program test


When compiled with ifort (IFORT) 15.0.3 20150407 and -i8 option, the kind of the enumerator does not match the kind of the default integer (4 vs. 8).  Shouldn't the enumerator also be of kind 8?  I have not tried compiling with the latest ifort.  Also, I tried the following but it threw compiler errors.

Urgent Help -Compiling Fortran 90 with Visual Fortran

Dear all ,

I have a code written in Fortran 90 and now I urgently need to compile it to check some result and find out the procedure but I have encountered the below error and can not proceed .Can you please help me to fix the issue ;


Nab.exe has triggered a breakpoint.

The program '[8180] Nab.exe' has exited with code 29 (0x1d)


PRJ0018 warning about missing environment variables


I have just moved to a Win10 machine (Lenovo) and installed Intel Fortran (Parallel Studio XE 2011 with VS2008).  All seemed to go smoothly, but when I try compiling a simple (Hello World) program I get the following message:

warning PRJ0018 : The following environment variables were not found:

I tried uninstalling and reinstalling, but it did not help.  I have been using the software on previous computers without similar difficulty.  Any ideas?  Thanks.

Error: Entry Point Not Found


I am using Windows 7 and trying to build a console application for Win XP (32) and got an error. 

Compiler i am using is Intel Fortran XE 14.0 compiler and Visual Studio 2012.

Also, in the Configuration Properties, i've set the Linker, System, SubSystem for "Console for Windows XP (/SUBSYSTEM:CONSOLE,"5.1")

The application built fine without any error.  It runs fine on Windows 7 but when i run the same application on Win XP, i get the following error:

Error:  Entry Point Not Found.

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