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BRAVO INTEL on latest update

The 2016 update is excellent! Thank you INTEL!

I was using INTEL Parallel Studio 2015 with Visual Studio 2010, so i also had to upgrade to Visual Studio 2013 and therefore i was expecting issues to come at me from all over the place.

But everything went on without a hitch (one minor LNK1117 error where apparently the format of version changed, so fixed that and voila! all worked!)

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I tried to install the Intel Visual Frortran Studio XE but I get some messages which are shown in the attached Word file.  The other attached document shows the Intel Visual Fortran Studio XE comes with Microsoft Visual Studio Shell and Libraries (highlighted in yellow).  It appears that Visual Studio Shell and Libraries are not installed.  I used these with PTI PSS/E software.  How can I get the Visual Studio Shell and Libraries installed which are part of the software I purchased?

Could you please help me resovle this issues?



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  • Math evaluation puzzler

    In the following snippet, Term1 is part of a larger equation:

    real(4) :: Term1, T, Twb, Tref
    T = Twb
    Tref = 273.15
    Term1 = ((2501.6 - 2.3263*(Twb-Tref)) / 2501.6 + 1.8577*(T-Tref) - 4.184*(Twb-Tref))


    With the temps equal to each other, this term should go to 1.  In fact, by inspecting the form of the equation, it's obvious that it should go to 1.

    However, in IVF - when I pause in debug - Term1 is evaluated as -63.62723

    Here's the puzzler part:

    undefined references for static library and shared modules

    We are having issues on windows 7 visual studio 2012/2013, using the intel compiler version 15.
    Package ID: w_ccompxe_2015.2.179 w_fcompxe_2015.2.179 w_compxe_2015.2.179w_mkl_p_11.2.2.179

    This package contains:
           Intel(R) Math Kernel Library 11.2 Update 2 for Windows*

    We are building both a shared and static library composed of D.F90, D_gen.F90
    and H.gen.
    We then link this library with the main.F90 both statically and shared and
    with static or shared modules.

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    The Rogue Wave IMSL* Fortran Numerical Libraries 7.0 package includes: 

    • IMSL* Libraries for developing 32-bit and 64-bit applications version 7.0.1
    • Documentation

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