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comments in xlf, urgent


Dear Friends,
I have the xlf compiler ver 8.1

i need to compile codes that use 'c' as comment & also '!'

some files have extension .f and others .f90

what compiler options do i use. xlf95 is giving error
for anything else except for    the comment '!' in a .f   file

Thanks in Advance

On 27 Apr 2007 09:49:53 -0700, Magician wrote:

> Dear Friends,
> I have the xlf compiler ver 8.1
> i need to compile codes that use 'c' as comment & also '!'
> some files have extension .f and others .f90
> what compiler options do i use. xlf95 is giving error
> for anything else except for    the comment '!' in a .f   file
> Thanks in Advance

The xlf compiler, unlike most Fortran compilers, does not use the suffix
to determine whether it is to use fixed-format or free-format source.
Instead, it's the compiler name that matters.  If you call it as "xlf",
it uses fixed format by default.  If you call it xlf90 or xlf95, it uses
free format.  You can change this by using the flag -qfixed or -qfree to
specify the format.

In most configurations the xlf compiler expects files to have a .f
suffix.  If you need to compile files with a .f90 suffix, one way is to
specify the flag

        -qsuffix=f=f90

on the command line.

--
Dave Seaman
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U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
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