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The DEC$ ATTRIBUTES ALIGN attribute cannot specify a field in the parent type.

The DEC$ ATTRIBUTES ALIGN attribute cannot specify a field in the parent type.

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  • The structure types of source and destination objects cannot be different.

    The structure types of source and destination objects cannot be different.

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  • Multiple SIMDLEN clauses specified.

    Multiple SIMDLEN clauses specified.

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  • A specific procedure associated with a defined I/O generic spec cannot have OPTIONAL arguments.

    A specific procedure associated with a defined I/O generic spec cannot have OPTIONAL arguments.

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  • In a derived type, only allocatable and pointer fields can be specified with a DEC$ ATTRIBUTES ALIGN attribute.

    In a derived type, only allocatable and pointer fields can be specified with a DEC$ ATTRIBUTES ALIGN attribute.

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  • An ATTRIBUTES VECTOR directive can not contain both MASK and NOMASK clauses.

    An ATTRIBUTES VECTOR directive can not contain both MASK and NOMASK clauses.

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  • The INTENT attribute of this dummy argument to a defined I/O procedure does not follow the standard specified interface.

    The INTENT attribute of this dummy argument to a defined I/O procedure does not follow the standard specified interface.

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  • The result variable of an interoperable function must itself be interoperable; derived type must be declared with BIND(C).

    The result variable of an interoperable function must itself be interoperable; derived type must be declared with BIND(C).

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  • An OpenMP* DECLARE SIMD directive can not contain both INBRANCH and NOTINBRANCH clauses.

    An OpenMP* DECLARE SIMD directive can not contain both INBRANCH and NOTINBRANCH clauses.

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  • The type/rank of this dummy argument to a defined I/O procedure does not follow the standard specified interface.

    The type/rank of this dummy argument to a defined I/O procedure does not follow the standard specified interface.

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