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sep:software:ratfor90 [2008/07/23 17:59]
mohammad
sep:software:ratfor90 [2015/05/27 02:06] (current)
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 "Ratfor90" supports some traditional SEP local memory allocation and data base I/O statements. In addition it calls an essential seplib initialization routine " initpar()", organizes the self-doc, and simplifies data-cube input. The basic syntax for memory allocation is "allocate: real x(n1,n2)". "Ratfor90" translates this syntax into a call to dynamically allocate a "allocatable" array. See the on-line self-documentation or the manual pages for full details. Following is a complete Ratfor program for a simple task: "Ratfor90" supports some traditional SEP local memory allocation and data base I/O statements. In addition it calls an essential seplib initialization routine " initpar()", organizes the self-doc, and simplifies data-cube input. The basic syntax for memory allocation is "allocate: real x(n1,n2)". "Ratfor90" translates this syntax into a call to dynamically allocate a "allocatable" array. See the on-line self-documentation or the manual pages for full details. Following is a complete Ratfor program for a simple task:
-<code f90>+<code fortran90>
   #  out.H   #  out.H
   #   #
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 Here is a Ratfor90 code that serves no useful purpose other than demonstrating a number of the features of ratfor Here is a Ratfor90 code that serves no useful purpose other than demonstrating a number of the features of ratfor
-<code f90>+<code fortran90>
   #   #
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