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g77 generally should continue processing for
warnings and recoverable (user) errors whenever possible--that
is, it shouldn't gratuitously make bad or useless code.
INTRINSIC ZABS CALL FOO(ZABS) END
When compiling the above with `-ff2c-intrinsics-disable',
g77 should indeed complain about passing
but it still should compile, instead of rejecting
(Some of this is related to improving
the compiler internals to improve how statements are analyzed.)
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