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Compiling and installing PGPlot may be tricky, because no default build tools are provided. Common issues include compilation problems in general, no generation of a shared library or problems building it (-fPIC), no linking against X11, etc. Stealing from the … Continue reading
In the past one could register at Intel and obtain a non-commercial licence for their C/C++ and Fortran compilers. Currently, you must download and install the software as well, amounting to several gigabytes. If your compiler is already installed, e.g. … Continue reading
gfortran-4.7.2 -Wall gives a warning about unused module variables when those variables are only used in a namelist: Warning: Unused module variable ‘x’ which has been explicitly imported at (1) The warning goes away when the variable is used elsewhere.
Here are some options for the open() and read() statements in Fortran that I keep looking up, as well as format descriptors for the read() and write() statements.