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The constructs disabled by `-fno-ugly-init' are:
PARAMETERstatements, plus type-declaration statements specifying initial values.
Here are some sample initializations that are disabled by the `-fno-ugly-init' option:
PARAMETER (VAL='9A304FFE'X) REAL*8 STRING/8HOUTPUT00/ DATA VAR/4HABCD/
Here are more sample initializations that are disabled by the `-fno-ugly-init' option:
INTEGER IA CHARACTER BELL PARAMETER (IA = 'A') PARAMETER (BELL = 7)
Here are sample statements that are disabled by the `-fno-ugly-init' option:
IVAR = 4HABCD PRINT *, IMAX0(2HAB, 2HBA)
The above constructs, when used, can tend to result in non-portable code. But, they are widely used in existing Fortran code in ways that often are quite portable. Therefore, they are enabled by default.
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