gdb & gfortran ?21192 (9/6/2012 1:57:18 AM) I compiled my fortran code with gfortran using the -g option. I then use GDB with the resulting image/executable. When I try "b read_white_noise_file" I get:
Function "read_white_noise_file" not defined.
Irritating syntax; workaround?760 (8/25/2012 6:24:28 AM) Hi everyone,
I'm new to learning Fortran and I have to say it's rather irritating to have to type the character sequence (*,*) whenever I want to read or write from the standard i/o.
Is there a workaround... nathan.vany(2)
Polymorphism and allocatables464 (9/6/2012 7:10:54 AM) Getting slowly used to work with polymorphism in F2003, I would like to
do the following:
1) Store some object in a polymorphic container
2) retrieve it later
without actually copying it, i.e., just mo... seesig3208(122)
Function questions?6698 (8/26/2012 7:57:35 PM) A) Is there an analog to C's return statement?
e.g., "return 3.14159;"
B) Which is preferred/most current:
1) adding "result(...)" onto the end of the function declaration or
2) assigning the fu... john.chludzinski(61)
FORTRAN programming position049 (9/6/2012 2:48:19 PM) TEKsystems is seeking an experienced FORTRAN programmer within a Unisys
or Mainframe environment. The selected consultants will support an
existing team of 2 programmers to either debug applications or prov... norm.clerman(2)
gfortran & coarrays6196 (9/4/2012 12:14:07 AM) I've been trying to experiment with coarrays using gfortran. I tried the canonical "hello world" for carrays (see below). Then when I try to compile using:
$ gfortran -fcoarray=single coarray.f95
Any Fortran intrinsic analog to modf(...) ?7117 (9/5/2012 2:55:25 AM) double modf( double x, double * intpart );
Breaks x into two parts: the integer part (stored in the object pointed by intpart) and the fractional part (returned by the function).
I've been looking (web se... john.chludzinski(61)
Makefile with source files in different directories4127 (9/2/2012 1:38:13 PM) Hi there,
I hope to create a Makefile for compilation of a program with source
files in different directories. The source files are organized in:
project/module, project/interface, project/subroutine
Linux commands from Fortran15206 (8/13/2012 3:43:57 PM) I want to write a program that controls the Linux command "mogrify"
in a search loop so that I get photos reduced to a certain size for a
home page. As it is, whether I use % reduction of specify the size in
archive object not work, please help3265 (9/1/2012 1:14:50 PM) Hi there,
There is a project with source file in 3 different directory. I use
gfortran to compile them.
in project/module and project/interface director... jszhao(77)