The amount of data storage, the size of arrays, and the total size of executable programs are limited only by the amount of process virtual address space available, as determined by system parameters.
The table below shows the limits to the size and complexity of a single Intel® Fortran program unit and to individual statements contained within it:
This topic briefly describes the Automation interfaces provided by Intel® Visual Fortran. Automation interfaces are programmable objects used to access underlying IDE components and projects to provide experienced developers with a means of automating common tasks and allow a finer degree of control over the IDE and the Fortran projects being used within it.
This topic only applies to Intel® MIC Architecture.
Certain compiler options are passed to offload compilation automatically.
To display compiler options that are passed to offload compilation after they are specified on the host compilation command line, specify the following option, which is only available on Intel® MIC Architecture:
To display a list of all available compiler options, specify option help on the command line.
To display functional groupings of compiler options, specify a functional category for option help. For example, to display a list of options that affect diagnostic messages, enter one of the following commands: