The following simple code compiles with no errors or warnings, but generates a run-time error [forrtl: severe (408): fort: (10)..]. I think the code is alright, please correct me otherwise.
Hi. I am using Intel Cluster Studio for Fortran programming. (Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE 2013 SP1)
My code is using mpi library and tecplot library as follows:
!DEC$ OBJCOMMENT LIB:"impid.lib"
!DEC$ OBJCOMMENT LIB:"tecio.lib"
Setting in Tools/Options/Intel Composer XE/Visual Fortran/Compilers is as follows: (It is Win32 setting. I am using 32bit Compiling option).
Parameterised derived types with kind parameters which have default values set to parameters are not working as I expect in Intel Visual Fortran Compiler XE 220.127.116.11. Is this a bug or are my expectations wrong?
The following code shows the issue:
This example has been working for years with all previous 64-bit Intel compiler versions. Unfortunately with version 14 it fails.
integer*8 :: k,handle_s1
integer*4 :: a
integer*4 :: b
integer*4 :: c
end type jaja
type (jaja),pointer :: s1
type (jaja),pointer :: s2
type (jaja),target :: ss
integer*4 :: check
Hi to everyone. I've found a problem illustrates as follows:
module mod type :: test integer :: i end type test contains subroutine equals(left, right) type(test) :: left type(test) :: right write(*,*) loc(p), loc(q) end subroutine equals end module mod program main use mod type(test), target :: tar type(test), pointer :: p=>null(), q=>null() allocate(p, q) write(*,*) loc(p), loc(q) ! First p => tar q => tar
This question is about rebuilding code using a version of the Intel Visual Fortran compiler which is different from the one originally used.
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The Text Editor- Fortran - Advanced functions have stopped working for VS 2013 using Intel Fortran 2015. When I first installed VS 2013 I activated some of the advanced text editing functions such as the F12 function (Go To Definition). I was pleasantly surprised that it was worked as many years ago this functionality was flaky.