integer*2 
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 integer*2

Most every body with g77 probably knows by now that
the declaration:

        integer*2 i
is not supported.

What is a good way to get around this
other than going back to f2c?  In other
words is this an equivalent expression:
        integer i
        save i

    _/_/_/_/ _/_/_/_/ _/_/_/_/ _/    _/ Gene A. Ichinose
   _/       _/    _/ _/       _/    _/ San Diego State University
  _/_/_/_/ _/    _/ _/_/_/_/ _/    _/ Dept. Geological Sciences

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Thu, 28 Aug 1997 15:12:03 GMT  
 integer*2

Quote:
>Most every body with g77 probably knows by now that
>the declaration:

>    integer*2 i
>is not supported.

>What is a good way to get around this
>other than going back to f2c?  In other

Use
        integer i

or wait until Craig will implement this extension into g77.

Quote:
>words is this an equivalent expression:
>    integer i
>    save i

???

Dan
--
Dan Pop
CERN, CN Division

Mail:  CERN - PPE, Bat. 31 R-004, CH-1211 Geneve 23, Switzerland



Fri, 29 Aug 1997 01:19:25 GMT  
 
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