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Using and Porting GNU Fortran

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B
back end, gcc3. What is GNU Fortran?
back end, gcc21.3 Philosophy of Code Generation
backslash5.4 Options Controlling Fortran Dialect
backslash8.6.1 GNU Fortran Character Set
backslash15.5.1 Backslash in Constants
backtrace for bug reports17.3 How to Report Bugs
badu77 intrinsics5.4 Options Controlling Fortran Dialect
badu77 intrinsics group10.5.1 Intrinsic Groups
basic concepts3. What is GNU Fortran?
Bear-poking21.3 Philosophy of Code Generation
beginners2. Getting Started
BesJ0 intrinsic8.11.9.27 BesJ0 Intrinsic
BesJ1 intrinsic8.11.9.28 BesJ1 Intrinsic
BesJN intrinsic8.11.9.29 BesJN Intrinsic
BesY0 intrinsic8.11.9.30 BesY0 Intrinsic
BesY1 intrinsic8.11.9.31 BesY1 Intrinsic
BesYN intrinsic8.11.9.32 BesYN Intrinsic
binary data15.3.48 Portable Unformatted Files
Bit_Size intrinsic8.11.9.33 Bit_Size Intrinsic
BITest intrinsic10.5.2.9 BITest Intrinsic
BJTest intrinsic10.5.2.10 BJTest Intrinsic
blank8.6.1 GNU Fortran Character Set
blank8.6.2 Lines
block data15.4.2 Multiple Definitions of External Names
block data and libraries14.2 Block Data and Libraries
BLOCK DATA statement14.2 Block Data and Libraries
BLOCK DATA statement15.4.2 Multiple Definitions of External Names
bounds checking5.10 Options for Code Generation Conventions
BTest intrinsic8.11.9.34 BTest Intrinsic
bug criteria17.1 Have You Found a Bug?
bug report mailing lists17.2 Where to Report Bugs
bugs17. Reporting Bugs
bugs, finding3. What is GNU Fortran?
bugs, known15. Known Causes of Trouble with GNU Fortran
bus error15.1.5 NeXTStep Problems
bus error15.1.8 Strange Behavior at Run Time
but-bugs15.1 Bugs Not In GNU Fortran
byte ordering15.3.48 Portable Unformatted Files

C
C library15.1.8 Strange Behavior at Run Time
C preprocessor5.2 Options Controlling the Kind of Output
C routines calling Fortran13. Debugging and Interfacing
C++12.1.4 C++ Considerations
C++, linking with12.1 Tools and advice for interoperating with C and C++
C, linking with12.1 Tools and advice for interoperating with C and C++
CAbs intrinsic8.11.9.35 CAbs Intrinsic
calling C routines13. Debugging and Interfacing
card image5.4 Options Controlling Fortran Dialect
carriage control15.3.21 OPEN, CLOSE, and INQUIRE Keywords
carriage returns9.1.1 Carriage Returns
case sensitivity9.5 Case Sensitivity
cc1 program3. What is GNU Fortran?
cc1plus program3. What is GNU Fortran?
CCos intrinsic8.11.9.36 CCos Intrinsic
CDAbs intrinsic10.5.2.11 CDAbs Intrinsic
CDCos intrinsic10.5.2.12 CDCos Intrinsic
CDExp intrinsic10.5.2.13 CDExp Intrinsic
CDLog intrinsic10.5.2.14 CDLog Intrinsic
CDSin intrinsic10.5.2.15 CDSin Intrinsic
CDSqRt intrinsic10.5.2.16 CDSqRt Intrinsic
Ceiling intrinsic8.11.9.37 Ceiling Intrinsic
CExp intrinsic8.11.9.38 CExp Intrinsic
cfortran.h12.1.1 C Interfacing Tools
changes, user-visible7. User-visible Changes
Char intrinsic8.11.9.39 Char Intrinsic
character assignments8.14 Fortran 90 Features
character constants5.4 Options Controlling Fortran Dialect
character constants9.6.1 Meaning of Double Quote
character constants9.9.5 Ugly Conversion of Initializers
character constants14.1.7 Character and Hollerith Constants
character set5.4 Options Controlling Fortran Dialect
CHARACTER*(*)15.3.4 Arbitrary Concatenation
CHARACTER, null8.7.4 Character Type
character-variable length10.2.4 Character-variable Length
characters8.6.1 GNU Fortran Character Set
characters, comma9.9.4 Ugly Null Arguments
characters, comment8.5.2 Statements, Comments, and Lines
characters, comment9.2 Trailing Comment
characters, comment9.6.2 Meaning of Exclamation Point in Column 6
characters, comment22.4 LEX
characters, continuation8.5.2 Statements, Comments, and Lines
characters, continuation9.6.2 Meaning of Exclamation Point in Column 6
characters, continuation22.4 LEX
ChDir intrinsic8.11.9.40 ChDir Intrinsic (subroutine)
ChDir intrinsic10.5.2.17 ChDir Intrinsic (function)
checking subscripts5.10 Options for Code Generation Conventions
checking substrings5.10 Options for Code Generation Conventions
checks, of internal consistency5.2 Options Controlling the Kind of Output
checks, of internal consistency5.2 Options Controlling the Kind of Output
ChMod intrinsic8.11.9.41 ChMod Intrinsic (subroutine)
ChMod intrinsic10.5.2.18 ChMod Intrinsic (function)
CLog intrinsic8.11.9.42 CLog Intrinsic
close angle8.6.1 GNU Fortran Character Set
close bracket8.6.1 GNU Fortran Character Set
CLOSE statement15.3.21 OPEN, CLOSE, and INQUIRE Keywords
Cmplx intrinsic8.11.6 CMPLX() of DOUBLE PRECISION
Cmplx intrinsic8.11.9.43 Cmplx Intrinsic
code generation, conventions5.10 Options for Code Generation Conventions
code generation, improving20.2 Better Optimization
code generator3. What is GNU Fortran?
code generator21.3 Philosophy of Code Generation
code, assembly3. What is GNU Fortran?
code, displaying main source15.2 Known Bugs In GNU Fortran
code, in-line3. What is GNU Fortran?
code, legacy14. Collected Fortran Wisdom
code, machine3. What is GNU Fortran?
code, source3. What is GNU Fortran?
code, source8.6.2 Lines
code, source9.1 Source Form
code, source9.5 Case Sensitivity
code, user15.1.2 Cannot Link Fortran Programs
code, user15.1.2 Cannot Link Fortran Programs
code, writing14. Collected Fortran Wisdom
column-major ordering13.8 Arrays (DIMENSION)
columns 73 through 8015.3.1 Better Source Model
comma, trailing9.9.4 Ugly Null Arguments
command options5. GNU Fortran Command Options
commands, as3. What is GNU Fortran?
commands, g773. What is GNU Fortran?
commands, g773. What is GNU Fortran?
commands, g774. Compile Fortran, C, or Other Programs
commands, gcc3. What is GNU Fortran?
commands, gcc4. Compile Fortran, C, or Other Programs
commands, gdb3. What is GNU Fortran?
commands, ld3. What is GNU Fortran?
comment8.5.2 Statements, Comments, and Lines
comment9.2 Trailing Comment
comment22.4 LEX
comment character9.6.2 Meaning of Exclamation Point in Column 6
comment line, debug9.3 Debug Line
comment line, debug15.3.33 Enabling Debug Lines
common blocks13.5 Common Blocks (COMMON)
common blocks15.2 Known Bugs In GNU Fortran
common blocks15.4.1 Mangling of Names in Source Code
common blocks, large15.1.3 Large Common Blocks
COMMON layout14.6.1 Aligned Data
COMMON statement13.5 Common Blocks (COMMON)
COMMON statement15.4.2 Multiple Definitions of External Names
comparing logical expressions15.5.5 Equivalence Versus Equality
compatibility, f2c5.2 Options Controlling the Kind of Output
compatibility, f2c5.3 Shorthand Options
compatibility, f2c5.10 Options for Code Generation Conventions
compatibility, f2c14.2 Block Data and Libraries
compatibility, f2c14.6.3 Avoid f2c Compatibility
compatibility, f775.3 Shorthand Options
compatibility, FORTRAN 665.3 Shorthand Options
compatibility, FORTRAN 665.4 Options Controlling Fortran Dialect
compatibility, FORTRAN 778.2 ANSI FORTRAN 77 Standard Support
compatibility, Fortran 909.7 Fortran 90
compilation, in-line5.7 Options That Control Optimization
compilation, in-line5.10 Options for Code Generation Conventions
compilation, in-line22.5 GLOBALS
compilation, pedantic9.8 Pedantic Compilation
compilation, status5.2 Options Controlling the Kind of Output
compiler bugs, reporting17.3 How to Report Bugs
compiler limits10.1 Compiler Limits
compiler memory usage15.2 Known Bugs In GNU Fortran
compiler speed15.2 Known Bugs In GNU Fortran
compilers3. What is GNU Fortran?
compiling programs4. Compile Fortran, C, or Other Programs
Complex intrinsic8.11.9.44 Complex Intrinsic
COMPLEX intrinsics5.4 Options Controlling Fortran Dialect
complex performance15.2 Known Bugs In GNU Fortran
COMPLEX statement13.7 Complex Variables (COMPLEX)
complex values9.9.3 Ugly Complex Part Extraction
complex variables13.7 Complex Variables (COMPLEX)
COMPLEX(KIND=1) type10.3 Compiler Types
COMPLEX(KIND=2) type10.3 Compiler Types
components of g773. What is GNU Fortran?
concatenation15.3.4 Arbitrary Concatenation
concepts, basic3. What is GNU Fortran?
conformance, IEEE 7545.7 Options That Control Optimization
conformance, IEEE 7545.7 Options That Control Optimization
conformance, IEEE 75414.4.10 Floating-point precision
Conjg intrinsic8.11.9.45 Conjg Intrinsic
consistency checks5.2 Options Controlling the Kind of Output
consistency checks5.2 Options Controlling the Kind of Output
constants8.7.2 Constants
constants10.4 Compiler Constants
constants, character9.6.1 Meaning of Double Quote
constants, character9.9.5 Ugly Conversion of Initializers
constants, character14.1.7 Character and Hollerith Constants
constants, context-sensitive15.5.4 Context-Sensitive Constants
constants, Hollerith9.9.1 Implicit Argument Conversion
constants, Hollerith9.9.5 Ugly Conversion of Initializers
constants, Hollerith14.1.7 Character and Hollerith Constants
constants, integer15.2 Known Bugs In GNU Fortran
constants, octal9.6.1 Meaning of Double Quote
constants, prefix-radix5.4 Options Controlling Fortran Dialect
constants, types5.4 Options Controlling Fortran Dialect
construct names8.10.3 Construct Names
context-sensitive constants15.5.4 Context-Sensitive Constants
context-sensitive intrinsics15.5.3 Context-Sensitive Intrinsicness
continuation character8.5.2 Statements, Comments, and Lines
continuation character9.6.2 Meaning of Exclamation Point in Column 6
continuation character22.4 LEX
continuation line, ampersand9.1.5 Ampersand Continuation Line
continuation line, number of8.6.3 Continuation Line
contributorsContributors to GNU Fortran
conversions, nonportable15.3.30 Nonportable Conversions
core dump17.1 Have You Found a Bug?
Cos intrinsic8.11.9.46 Cos Intrinsic
CosD intrinsic10.5.2.19 CosD Intrinsic
CosH intrinsic8.11.9.47 CosH Intrinsic
Count intrinsic8.11.9.48 Count Intrinsic
cpp preprocessor5.2 Options Controlling the Kind of Output
cpp program3. What is GNU Fortran?
cpp program5.2 Options Controlling the Kind of Output
cpp program5.8 Options Controlling the Preprocessor
cpp program17.3 How to Report Bugs
cpp program22.4 LEX
CPU_Time intrinsic8.11.9.49 CPU_Time Intrinsic
Cray pointers15.3.11 POINTER Statements
creditsContributors to GNU Fortran
CShift intrinsic8.11.9.50 CShift Intrinsic
CSin intrinsic8.11.9.51 CSin Intrinsic
CSqRt intrinsic8.11.9.52 CSqRt Intrinsic
CTime intrinsic8.11.9.53 CTime Intrinsic (subroutine)
CTime intrinsic8.11.9.54 CTime Intrinsic (function)
CYCLE statement8.10.4 The CYCLE and EXIT Statements

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