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Why we have to declare random@ ?
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PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2018 9:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

All of the issues raised on this thread have now been reviewed and resolved in one way or another. This includes kind(random@()) which somehow came out in the wash with the value 2. I didn't know you could write this.

a) Ten nominal FTN95 intrinsics have been added.
b) Bessel function called with no arguments - crash fixed.
c) Fortran 2008 intrinsics erf, erfc etc. tested for compliance with the 2008 standard.

The Fortran 2008 intrinsics in (c) are all fully supported (they are elemental as expected by the standard). The only exception is that bessel_jn and bessel_yn can only take 2 arguments and not 3 as the standard allows.
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