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Have any compiler compatible with 2003 standards?


I 'm a newer, may be a stupid question...

Now, have any compiler compatible with 2003 standards? I plans to use
o-o....

li.sim@gmail.com wrote:
> I 'm a newer, may be a stupid question...

> Now, have any compiler compatible with 2003 standards? I plans to use
> o-o....

None yet 100 percent.  Many or most have some 2003 features, some have
many.  IVF (Intel), PVF (Portland Group), LF95 (Lahey), FTN95
(Silverfrost/Salford), NAG all (and others) have some 2003 features.

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On May 15, 8:25 am, Gary Scott <garylsc@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

> li.sim@gmail.com wrote:
> > I 'm a newer, may be a stupid question...

> > Now, have any compiler compatible with 2003 standards? I plans to use
> > o-o....

> None yet 100 percent.  Many or most have some 2003 features, some have
> many.  IVF (Intel), PVF (Portland Group), LF95 (Lahey), FTN95
> (Silverfrost/Salford), NAG all (and others) have some 2003 features.

That may be true, but I think it is a little misleading. My
understanding is that the developers of Silverfrost/Salford and LF95
have decided NOT to implement the full F2003 standard, but IVF and NAG
have decided to do so. I don't know about Portland. Silverfrost/
Salford does not implement the allocatable array TR, which would be
one of the first things a developer of a F2003 compiler would
implement.
On May 15, 7:37 am, Beliavsky <beliav@aol.com> wrote:

Yes, I intended to include that note about Lahey and Silverfrost/
Salford, but got distracted by need to leave for work.
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