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Is there a performance advantage to defining numbers as parameters in FORTRAN
Is there a performance advantage to defining numbers as parameters in FORTRAN
wish helps you No, there is no performance difference whatsoever. The generated code will be exactly the same. It is probably used just to make using these numbers more convenient or (supposedly) readable.BUT you must be careful. Just 0.5 is a (defau
TAG : fortran
Date : November 13 2020, 04:01 AM , By : user2182684
passing allocatable character through two levels of procedure calls fails
passing allocatable character through two levels of procedure calls fails
This might help you It is a bug in the compiler, and still stands in gfortran v9.0.0 (experimental) on Windows. You should report it with the vendor.I've done some tests and it seems that the failure only happens when: passing a present optional argu
TAG : fortran
Date : October 30 2020, 05:01 AM , By : john smith
Pre-processing !DEC$ directives in gfortran
Pre-processing !DEC$ directives in gfortran
To fix this issue Intel ifort understands the C-style preprocessor directives, so it might be easiest to convert your files to that style. Then you would have a single code base that would work with both compilers. There would be some work regression
TAG : fortran
Date : October 19 2020, 11:12 PM , By : vaskebjornmaske
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