Archived Visual Fortran (read-only)

Dialog focus callback

In my application, there are two modeless dialog boxes open. Is there a way to define a callback routine, which is called when one dialog gets new focus. Similar to retlog = DlgSetSub( dlg, IDD_DIALOG, Dlg_CallBackInit, DLG_INIT)

EXIT does not close winapp

On the previous msg board, Jugoslav showed me why clicking the exit button on a simple dialog will not close the app main window.

The cure was a simple name chg but I cannot find that msg on the archived list.

Does anyone know what that necessary change is?

Thanks,
Tim

How can I use "Complete Word" facility from Developre Studio

I am a Fortran programmer and I bought a licence for Visual Compaq Fortran Standard Editions 6.5.

How can I use "Complete Word (shortcut key = Ctrl+Space)" facility from Developre Studio when I write my source code.

ex:

PROGRAMM exemple

...

INTEGER my_private_variable

...

- at this point, I wish that when I type "my_priv" and I press "Ctrl+Space" the editor to complete statement.

....

END

I hope I'll recive an answer.

How can I use "Complete Word" facility from Developre Studio

I am a Fortran programmer and I bought a licence for Visual Compaq Fortran Standard Editions 6.5.

How can I use "Complete Word (shortcut key = Ctrl+Space)" facility from Developre Studio when I write my source code.

ex:
PROGRAMM exemple
...
INTEGER my_private_variable
...
- at this point, I wish that when I type "my_priv" and I press "Ctrl+Space" the editor to complete statement.
....
END

I hope I'll recive an answer.

Console output, mixed language

Hi,
I am writing a FORTRAN console application with some C++ code. I want to direct the output from FORTRAN (write (6,*) 'blabla') and from C++ to either the console or to a log-file. I want to be able to change the desitnation from inside the program. The fortran output can easily be re-directed by just opening/closing a unit=6 file but the C++ output still goes to the console... How can I direct both streams to the same log file ?

COM Server DLL

Hello all,

I posted the message below on the Intel Forum, but have not received a response. So here it goes again. Please note that the subroutine I list below is just an example, and in my application I have very involved code impossible to post here.

I have been working on converting several Fortran DLLs first to DLLs callable from Visual Basic, and now to DLLs callable from VBScript.

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