I'm wondering whether the inquiry functions of COMPILER_OPTIONS() and COMPILER_VERSION() introduced in Fortran 2008 as part of ISO_FORTRAN_ENV are low-hanging fruit that Intel can grab quickly and support soon in Intel Fortran. gfortran already supports it.
1. Once you extend a type you can no longer hover over a component to see its value. Adding a watch is time consuming since you need to modify the watch expression to include the full list of extensions back to the base type where the component was declared.
Is it hard to make VS see derived type components the same way the compiler does ? I realize I have asked this before but nothing has come of it and I could not find my previous post.
I have just installed Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2015 on my Windows 7 professional 64bit PC. My computer has an AMD Athlon II 635 Quad-Core Processor. Visual Studio Community Edition 2013 was previously installed.
I followed these instructions from the window that opened up in Visual Studio after Intel's Parallel Studio XE 2015 was installed:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel\Parallel Studio XE 2015\Documentation\en_US\professional_edition\welcomepage_studio_xe\get_started.html
A Intel Software Brasil realizou nos dias 12 e 13 de Junho de 2015 o Intel Software Day 2015. Nesta edição o evento mudou de ares e foi realizado em Salvador, sendo recepcionado pelo Senai - Cimatec e sua excelente infra estrutura.
Durante o evento foram realizadas cinco trilhas de palestras com foco em Android, RealSense/Windows, IoT, HPC e Startups com profissionais de alto nível, além de apresentações de demos e muito networking entre os participantes.
On a 64 bit Windows 7 machine, I've noticed that the various command prompt shortcuts installed with ifort all invoke their startup batch file using "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\cmd.exe". This means that the resulting instance of cmd.exe is the 32 bit variant, which is then subject to the various filesystem and registry redirections that come into play when hosting 32 bit apps on a 64 bit system.
Is there a particular reason for this?
I'm getting NaN as answer for expressions like below
& MN1**2.0)**((GAMA1+1.0)/(2.0*(1.0-GAMA1))) )
All are real variables and they have real values.
When I simplify the expression , it gives the correct answer. But then I am getting Nan as answer for a another expression. Then I have to simplify it also.
Please help me.
Intel visual Fortran Compiler
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When I open a project in Visual Studio, what controls the "initial item"? I have one project which, most of the time but not always, the working item display tries to open a static library item that is a part of the project (and shows as such in the Solution Explorer window) Of course this item contains only object code, so the working window shows only binary stuff in Hex. This has become quite annoying. If I switch to display a source code item and then close VS, the next time I open the project it will start with that item--as I would expect--but this behavior does not stick.
I originally posted this question on Stackoverflow (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/30823756/invoking-constructor-of-abst...), but perhaps the Intel community har more knowledge on this topic?
Consider one of the classic OOP examples (see source code at the end of the post):
- Abstract base class Shape
- Class Rectangle extending Shape
I have two questions: