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Reply:Two Problems.


Something is preventing my replies to appear to the previous post. So
this new post.

Terence, I don't understand what you mean by executing the code with
a few entry parameters on CVF under the Development Studio. I have
quite a number of parameters that I read from a file, and that stay
the same in IDE, and command prompt. I can see their values from the
screen output.

As I said, I can link, exceute the file from IDE - but the same
executable file when running from command line crashes.

basu wrote:
> Something is preventing my replies to appear to the previous post. So
> this new post.

> Terence, I don't understand what you mean by executing the code with
> a few entry parameters on CVF under the Development Studio. I have
> quite a number of parameters that I read from a file, and that stay
> the same in IDE, and command prompt. I can see their values from the
> screen output.

> As I said, I can link, exceute the file from IDE - but the same
> executable file when running from command line crashes.

What is ALLOC_ERR?
it is the field that you see on status checking for memory allocation
On Apr 24, 10:37 pm, Gib Bogle > wrote:

"basu" <dipanjan.b@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:1177555054.459803.241050@b40g2000prd.googlegroups.com...
> On Apr 24, 10:37 pm, Gib Bogle > wrote:
>> basu wrote:
> [message up here with the attribution]
>> > Something is preventing my replies to appear to the previous post. So
>> > this new post.

A more direct problem is top-posting.

>> > Terence, I don't understand what you mean by executing the code with
>> > a few entry parameters on CVF under the Development Studio. I have
>> > quite a number of parameters that I read from a file, and that stay
>> > the same in IDE, and command prompt. I can see their values from the
>> > screen output.

>> > As I said, I can link, exceute the file from IDE - but the same
>> > executable file when running from command line crashes.

>> What is ALLOC_ERR?
[reordered]
> it is the field that you see on status checking for memory allocation

If you think you need to post so quickly as to merit a top-post, you're
probably working too quickly.  It screws up the order that the locals prefer
in c.l.f.
--
WW

basu wrote:
> it is the field that you see on status checking for memory allocation
> On Apr 24, 10:37 pm, Gib Bogle > wrote:

What several people have tried to point out is that there is no "field
that you see on status checking for memory allocation", UNLESS YOU
SPECIFY IT IN THE INVOCATION, as Michael Metcalf indicated:

IF (.NOT.(ALLOCATED(TA))) ALLOCATE(TA(NEig,NEig), stat=ALLOC_ERR )

You need "stat = something" where "something" is an integer variable
that you declare.  Your code did not have this argument to allocate(),
and therefore your variable ALLOC_ERR has no connection to the allocate.
  In your code it could have any random value.

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