Intel® Fortran Compiler

Procedure Pointers

A procedure pointer has the POINTER attribute and points to a procedure instead of a data object. It can be associated with an external procedure, a module procedure, an intrinsic procedure, or a dummy procedure that is not a procedure pointer. It can have an implicit or explicit interface, but the interface cannot be generic or elemental.

A procedure pointer can be one of the following:

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