I've never quite understood the rules for derived type component alignment requirements as it pertains to binary/stream IO of derived types. When if ever are padding bytes included in the write of
I need to run in both Windows 10 and Linux environments. Is there a listing of Windows to Linux options for latest Intel Fortran compilers? I realize there probably isn't a one to one translation
I am a little confused of the default operation of intrinsic operator(==), here's the example:
I read through all to posts on this subject and read that I have to compile the modules explictily before I compile the rest.
I have a DLL written in C++ and a program written in Fortran. What I need to do is to transform the Fortran program into a DLL and make the C++ DLL able to call it.
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I develop QuickWin applications.
When starting, a program gets the x and y pixel numbers through GETWINDOWCONFIG and opens a window through SETVIEWPORT.
Is their a possibility to handle F77 fixed format FORTRAN-files and F90 free format FORTRAN-files with an option automatically or have I insert manually the -free option?