When stepping through code a line at a time with F8 in the visual studio debugger, execution seems to jump around randomly. What causes this and how do I fix it?
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I am trying to pass some module variables from a main Fortran program to a dll. It gets compilicated in that these files get linked with ANSYS but I think I'm missing something fundamental with my Fortran programs or dll creation. I've created a simple example to demonstrate this.
I have been able to compile, link, and run but I'm not getting the module variables with the right values in my dll. Since this does link with ANSYS I am not using A visual studio project. I use some simple scripts to compile and link.
Here is the dll.
I can not get this code working, but I fail to understand what I'm doing wrong: