I have a legacy code/simulation model that I am using with Intel Visual Fortran/Visual Studio 2012 for a numerical experiment. The experiment needs the simulation model to be run 1000 times with different initial conditions. The problem is during the simulation the 1000 models need to communicate with each other for calculating a variance between the changing outputs (the models are independent the rest of the time).
How to reduce the following code?
P0=1.D0 … DO I=1,6 DO J=1,6 S(J,I)=P0 END DO END DO
I am looking for the simple solution for the following array:
| 1.D0 1.D0 1.D0 | | 1.D0 1.D0 1.D0 | | 1.D0 1.D0 1.D0 |
Hey guys... I am stuck on this problem for days. My code is crashing but I can't understand the reason why.
I realized that the compiled program crashes when it is deallocating the variables, but I don't know how to fix it.
Windows has triggered a breakpoint in Console1.exe.
This may be due to a corruption of the heap, which indicates a bug in Console1.exe or any of the DLLs it has loaded.
This may also be due to the user pressing F12 while Console1.exe has focus.
The output window may have more diagnostic information.
I want to export the subroutines in the generated DLL library. I am using the following statements in the module but when checking the DLL using dumpbin the subroutines, i find that no subroutine symbols are exported. What am I doing wrong?
!DEC$ ATTRIBUTES DLLEXPORT,ALIAS:"DLL_Y" :: Y
!DEC$ ATTRIBUTES DLLEXPORT,ALIAS:"DLL_Q" :: Q
In questo articolo vedremo come risolvere un annoso problema che "attanaglia" coloro che utilizzano la dll libpxcclr.dll e il linguaggio Visual Basic .NET.
Cominciamo con l'esporre il problema: la libreria in questione, ad in particolare tipi e membri di classi in essa contenuta, hanno un approccio poco standard al mondo .NET. In sostanza esistono classi al cui interno sono definiti membri (ad esempio proprietà) e classi innestate che hanno lo stesso nome e che differiscono per una maiuscola o una minuscola.
I am having an issue with a very simple calculation that ends up having "incorrect" results.
VOLUME, LENGTH, WIDTH and THICK are declared as REAL
VOLUME = (LENGTH / 1000.) * (WIDTH / 1000.) * (THICK / 1000.)
When I use the following values:
length = 130 ; width=95 ; thick=14
The debugger shows 1.7289999E-04. Yet I am expecting 1.729E-04 as a result.
I have been given a fortran dll created by a coworker to use in my c# app. the dll was compiled as 32 bit dll and the function i desire has been exported. i confirmed the export using DUMPBIN /EXPORTS my.dll and the function i want to use is listed.
When I try to call the function i get an exception: BadImageFormatException - an attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format.
My application has been compiled with VS 2010 as 32 bit but I am running on Windows 7 64 bit. Below is my c# code:
I'm still in learning mode with today's fortran.
Why does the IMSL routine LIN_SOL_GEN want arguments declared like X(N,0) when being called to calculate a matrix inverse? This seems really strange. It must have something to do with the argument not being needed in the IMSL for the purpose of determining the inverse.
Brian in Austin, TX