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The DEC$ ATTRIBUTES KNOWN_INTRINSIC directive shall appear only in an interface block or module procedure and can only be associated with a routine name.

The DEC$ ATTRIBUTES KNOWN_INTRINSIC directive shall appear only in an interface block or module procedure and can only be associated with a routine name.

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  • If a procedure name appears in $OMP DECLARE TARGET directive, it must not be a generic name, procedure pointer, or entry name.

    If a procedure name appears in $OMP DECLARE TARGET directive, it must not be a generic name, procedure pointer, or entry name.

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  • Multiple NUM_TEAMS clauses are not allowed in an OMP TEAMS directive.

    Multiple NUM_TEAMS clauses are not allowed in an OMP TEAMS directive.

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  • A TARGET, TARGET UPDATE or TARGET DATA directive cannot appear in a TARGET region; The directive is ignored.

    A TARGET, TARGET UPDATE or TARGET DATA directive cannot appear in a TARGET region; The directive is ignored.

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  • A DECLARE TARGET directive without a list can only appear in a specification part of a subroutine subprogram, function subprogram or interface body to which it applies.

    A DECLARE TARGET directive without a list can only appear in a specification part of a subroutine subprogram, function subprogram or interface body to which it applies.

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  • Multiple DIST_SCHEDULE clauses are not allowed in an OMP DISTRIBUTE directive.

    Multiple DIST_SCHEDULE clauses are not allowed in an OMP DISTRIBUTE directive.

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  • Duplicate or illegal combination of clauses in an OpenMP* directive.

    Duplicate or illegal combination of clauses in an OpenMP* directive.

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  • A common block name in a DECLARE TARGET directive must appear between slashes.

    A common block name in a DECLARE TARGET directive must appear between slashes.

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  • NUM_TEAMS operand must be an integer expression

    NUM_TEAMS operand must be an integer expression

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  • Multiple PROC_BIND clauses are not allowed in an OpenMP* directive.

    Multiple PROC_BIND clauses are not allowed in an OpenMP* directive.

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  • Suscribirse a Intel® C++ Composer XE