This is supposedly part of the Fortran library.
It's supposed to return the "full directory path" of the current working directory,
according to the blurb in the on-line help.
I am solving a set S1 of nonlinear equations, where some of these nonlinear equations involve the solutions of another set S2 of nonlinear equations.
I notice that it does not highlight QFLOAT, one of the intrinsics that
converts integers to REAL(16).
Is this normal?
Is anything else ignored?
I installed vs2005 and visual fortran 10.1.013. I have created a new fortran project but I can't open the property page of the project and the source files.
I can get the C_Calling_Fortran Sample working. no problem.
I just came across a strange thing - -
When I generate an unformatted sequential data file (Primes.DAT) I can read it from a program within
I'm trying to create a dll witha common block to share data between two or more programs. I'm following the directions under the help topic "Coding Requirements for Sharing Data in DLLS".
I'm trying to compile a simple code to call a fortran code from c++ using Visual Studios 2005 SP1. The fortran code is set to be a static library project within a c++ solution.