DATE_AND_TIME Memory leak?

DATE_AND_TIME Memory leak?

sorry for 'just getting started' questions...but here goes another..
in fortran documentation for DATE_AND_TIME is the following example:

INTEGER DATE_TIME (8)
CHARACTER (LEN = 12)
REAL_CLOCK (3)
CALL DATE_AND_TIME (REAL_CLOCK (1), REAL_CLOCK (2),REAL_CLOCK (3), DATE_TIME)

I used it in a part of the program (just crude monitor of elapsed time)
and evaluation says 'Memory leak'
so since i wasn't using 1st three args, i also tried
CALL DATE_AND_TIME (VALUES=DATE_TIME)
same thing.
where's theleak??

thanks

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Therewas a similar report before - http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showthread.php?t=82285&o=a&s=lr

It seemed that the bug had been fixed in Inspector XE 2011 Update 3 (current product is Update 4).

Please use latest product to test again, if the problem persists on - please provide test case, and OS information. I will test again.

Thanks, Peter

Just checked and i'm Update 3. will update to 4)
Inspector has caught a number of issues and these are merely 'why's it saying that' type questions.
will check with update 4 and let you know.

Brian

If the problem persists on Update 4, please attach your workable example code, and let me know ifort version you used, OS info. I will try to reproduce this on my side.

Thanks, Peter

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