Microsoft Windows* 8.x

Link MKL Library

Hello,

I am trying to use the MKL library function GEMM in my code by adding the line INCLUDE "mkl.fi" and compliling with option /Qmkl in commandline. I am getting the error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol _GEMM. Am I missing anything? However, I tried to use VSCBRT function with appropriate include file, and it works. Please help.

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    installation problem: still error #7002 for IMSL library

    Hi,

    I just installed Microsoft Visual Studio for Windows and IMSL libraries. I followed the article "Installing and using the IMSL* Libraries", icluded paths for both Icludes and Librarires for both 32 and 64 architectures. Also included

    INCLUDE 'link_fnl_static.h'
    !DEC$ OBJCOMMENT LIB:'libiomp5md.lib'

    in the main program. Checked the folders: IMSL files are there.

    Still get error #7002. Please help. 

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    debugging mode problem

    I'm working in IVF 11.1.065 under Windows XP.

    My code structure is shown below;

    program mainimplicit none
    integer ...
    real...
    open(100,file='input.dat',action='read',status='old')
    read(11,*) problem_name
    read(11,*)
    read(11,*) Var1..

    call ...
    ..

    end program main
    And the 'input.dat' is;
    PROBLEM_NAME

    VAR1
    VAR1_VALUE
    VAR2
    VAL2_VALUE...

    When I try to debug with other breakpoint, it always breaks at read(11,*) problem_name
    If I do something wrong, please let me know.

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