Microsoft Windows* 8.x

Thanks Steve:

Steve:

I probably drive you nutso sometimes, but thanks for the help, just being able to list the problems in a place like this makes it clearer and one can then usually solve them or get an alternative idea.

You really are a great resources for us poor lonely sick at heart, downtrodden and oppressed souls.

Thanks also to the other plsahdos who help a lot. Now just ot work out how to pronounce it.

JMN

Library and MOD FIles

Steve:

I very rarely use other people's library's except those built in.

If I get a library and the associated .MOD files, can I put them in the correct IVF Compiler lib and include directories and then just use a "use etc" call in the program.

The developer suggests I add the library to the source code but I prefer to be able to access it from any future program, without having to copy source files.

Thanks

Simple question but just want to be sure.

JMN

Guide for paralle programming

I have not written any code for parallel processing to date, although I am well versed in Fortran programming. I have the need and right application for it in an existing code. I want the added code to process in parallel with the existing code. The results from the new code will be required further down in the global process. I would like to get more documentation than what is in the the Help pages of my Intel Visual Fortran. Where can I find a good source of documentation for this type of application?

Thank you,

Alex Bueno

Error when compiling - 5082, 6404, 6054

Good Day,

I get the following errors when trying to compile and wondered if anyone could help.
All files are written in free form fortran.

filename.f90: error 5082: Syntax errorm found ',' when expecting one of )
blade = (1, 1, 1), (1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1), (1, 1, 1), (1, 1, 1)
---------------^

Also I get the following errors:
filename.f90: error 6404: This name does not have a type, and must have an explicit type. [TEST]
adinputfile = test

OPEN bug?

I have this in my code:

OPEN(23,FILE='W/G CHANGES',STATUS='REPLACE',FORM='FORMATTED')

The file currently does not exist. When I run in debug mode, an error box appears and says the file does not exist. But it does not have to exist with STATUS="REPLACE". What's going on?

Bug with constructors, classes, and parameters

I'm seeing something that I think might be a compiler bug (in 2011 Update 10 of the compiler)...or perhaps I'm doing something non-standard. See code below for a simple example. I'm extending a type, then declaring some variables using the default constructor. The variables from the base type are not getting set properly if the variable is a parameter (it works if it is not a parameter). Does the standard not allow parameters in this context, or is it a bug?

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