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(Corresponds to Section 3.3 of ANSI X3.9-1978 FORTRAN 77.)
Statements may be written using an arbitrary number of continuation lines.
Statements may be separated using the semicolon (`;'), except
that the logical
IF and non-construct
may not be separated from subsequent statements using only a semicolon
as statement separator.
END BLOCK DATA statements are alternatives to the
These alternatives may be written as normal statements--they are not
subject to the restrictions of the
However, no statement other than
END may have an initial line
that appears to be an
for example, must not be written as:
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