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Statement: Separates the body of a main program, module, submodule, or external subprogram from any internal or module procedures it may contain, or it introduces the type-bound procedure part of a derived-type definition. It is not executable.


Statement: Primarily used to terminate a labeled DO construct when the construct would otherwise end improperly with either a GO TO, arithmetic IF, or other prohibited control statement.


Parallel Directive Clause: Specifies that the data in the master thread of the team is to be copied to the thread private copies of the common block at the beginning of the parallel region.


Parallel Directive Clause: Uses a private variable to broadcast a value, or a pointer to a shared object, from one member of a team to the other members. The COPYPRIVATE clause can only appear in the END SINGLE directive.

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