For all intrinsic procedures, the arguments shown are the names you must use as keywords when using the keyword form for actual arguments. For example, a reference to function CMPLX(X, Y, KIND) can be written as follows:
Integer data types are represented internally in binary two's complement notation. Bit positions in the binary representation are numbered from right (least significant bit) to left (most significant bit); the rightmost bit position is numbered 0.
The following table lists the intrinsic subroutines. Optional arguments are shown within square brackets. All these subroutines are nonelemental except for MVBITS. None of the intrinsic subroutines can be passed as actual arguments.