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The `-fugly-complex' option enables
use of the
intrinsics with arguments that are
COMPLEX types other than
With `-ff90' in effect, these intrinsics return the unconverted real and imaginary parts (respectively) of their argument.
With `-fno-f90' in effect, these intrinsics convert
the real and imaginary parts to
REAL(KIND=1), and return
the result of that conversion.
Due to this ambiguity, the GNU Fortran language defines
these constructs as invalid, except in the specific
case where they are entirely and solely passed as an
argument to an invocation of the
is permitted even when `Z' is
and `-fno-ugly-complex' is in effect, because the
meaning is clear.
g77 enforces this restriction, unless `-fugly-complex'
is specified, in which case the appropriate interpretation is
chosen and no diagnostic is issued.
See section 22.1
CMPAMBIG, for information on how to cope with existing
code with unclear expectations of
See section 220.127.116.11 RealPart Intrinsic, for information on the
intrinsic, used to extract the real part of a complex expression
See section 18.104.22.168 ImagPart Intrinsic, for information on the
intrinsic, used to extract the imaginary part of a complex expression
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