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What is the minimum version that supports allocatable arrays of polymorphic types?

I have some code I use for analysis that makes use of allocatable arrays of polymorphic types in the following way:

One derived type contains an allocatable array of a polymorphic type cm1_base, where cm1_base is an abstract type that defines a set of interfaces for derived types to adhere to.  I allocate the specific derived type based on a parameter sent to an initialization function.  

Exceptions Handling

Dear all,

I'm currently rewritting an old FORTRAN program, and I would like to have a clean exception handling, such as the try {} catch {} in C++.

Using my own exceptions, I would be able to generate specific exceptions, such as non-convergence in a mathematical model, and to catch it at a higher level so as to continue program execution.

Is there any feature in Intel Fortran Compiler that could help me ? Or is it possible to emulate something ? I have access to IFC version 13.1, and maybe to version 14, and also to C/C++ compilers.

Thank you.

Files as Objects / A comment for discussion

Dear All,

Since Fortran tends to be more and more object-oriented, I consider to be useful to have some kind of default objects that are related to external files. For example a default type external_file that:
A. holds data related to the file, such as the integer:unit, logical:opened, logical:exists its specifiers
B. legacy subroutines are now type-bound procedures open,close,inquire

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