Dialog Function: Assigns your own callback subroutines to dialog controls and to the dialog box.
Dialog Subroutine: Sets the title of a dialog box.
Dialog Subroutine: Deallocates memory associated with an initialized dialog.
Elemental Intrinsic Function (Specific): Converts a character string to a REAL(8) value. This function cannot be passed as an actual argument.
Statement: Marks the beginning of a DO construct. The DO construct controls the repeated execution of a block of statements or constructs. This repeated execution is called a loop.
OpenMP* Fortran Compiler Directive: Specifies that the iterations of the immediately following DO loop must be executed in parallel.
Statement: Specifies that there are no data dependencies between the iterations of a DO loop. It takes the following form:
OpenMP* Fortran Compiler Directive: Specifies a loop that can be executed concurrently using SIMD instructions.
Statement: Executes the range of a DO construct while a specified condition remains true.
Transformational Intrinsic Function (Generic): Performs dot-product multiplication of numeric or logical vectors (rank-one arrays).