Transformational Intrinsic Function (Generic): Counts the number of true elements in an entire array or in a specified dimension of an array.
Intrinsic Subroutine (Generic): Returns a processor-dependent approximation of the processor time in seconds. Intrinsic subroutines cannot be passed as actual arguments.
OpenMP* Fortran Compiler Directive: Restricts access to a block of code to only one thread at a time.
Statement: Marks the beginning of a CRITICAL construct. A CRITICAL construct limits execution of a block to one image at a time.
Transformational Intrinsic Function (Generic): Performs a circular shift on a rank-one array, or performs circular shifts on all the complete rank-one sections (vectors) along a given dimension of an array of rank two or greater.
Portability Function: Performs an effective BIT-WISE store under mask.
Portability Function: Converts a system time into a 24-character ASCII string.
Statement: Interrupts the current execution cycle of the innermost (or named) DO construct.
Statement: Assigns initial values to variables before program execution.
Intrinsic Subroutine (Generic): Returns the current date as set within the system. DATE can be used as an intrinsic subroutine or as a portability routine. It is an intrinsic procedure unless you specify USE IFPORT. Intrinsic subroutines cannot be passed as actual arguments.