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Using fortran at ECNTo use Fortran at ECN, you should do the following:
- Create a file containing your Fortran source code using a text editor such as Emacs. The file should have a name that ends with a '.f' suffix. The compiler assumes that files ending in '.f' are Fortran source files.
- Compile the source code using the Fortran-77 compiler, 'f77'.
For example, if you want to compile a source file named 'program.f',
f77 program.fIf your file compiles successfully, the executable file will be named 'a.out'.
NOTE: On the RS/6000 workstations the name of the Fortran compiler is xlf, NOT f77.
- To run the executable file, just type its name:
- If you need to debug run-time errors, you may want to use the
'dbx' source-level debugger. If you want to learn about the 'dbx', you
can read the manual page by using the 'man' command:
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