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Some diagnostics produced by
g77 require sufficient explanation
that the explanations are given below, and the diagnostics themselves
identify the appropriate explanation.
Identification uses the GNU Info format--specifically, the
command that displays the explanation is given within square
brackets in the diagnostic.
foo.f:5: Invalid statement [info -f g77 M FOOEY]
More details about the above diagnostic is found in the
documentation, menu item `M', submenu item `FOOEY',
which is displayed by typing the UNIX command
`info -f g77 M FOOEY'.
Other Info readers, such as EMACS, may be just as easily used to display the pertinent node. In the above example, `g77' is the Info document name, `M' is the top-level menu item to select, and, in that node (named `Diagnostics', the name of this chapter, which is the very text you're reading now), `FOOEY' is the menu item to select.
Ambiguous use of intrinsic. 22.2
Intrinsic used explicitly and implicitly. 22.3
Intrinsic also used as name of global. 22.4
Various lexer messages 22.5
Disagreements about globals. 22.6
Use of non-Y2K-compliant intrinsic.
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