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The GNU Fortran language includes a number of features that are
part of Fortran 90, even when the `-ff90' option is not specified.
The features enabled by `-ff90' are intended to be those that,
when `-ff90' is not specified, would have another
g77---usually meaning something invalid in the
GNU Fortran language.
So, the purpose of `-ff90' is not to specify whether
to gratuitously reject Fortran 90 constructs.
The `-pedantic' option specified with `-fno-f90' is intended
to do that, although its implementation is certainly incomplete at
When `-ff90' is specified:
COMPLEXtype, is the same type as the real part of expr.
For example, assuming `Z' is type
`REAL(Z)' would return a value of type
not of type
REAL(KIND=1), since `-ff90' is specified.
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