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ASSEMBLAGE DES RESIDUS ET DE LA MATRICE GLOBALE (SI IKT.EQ.1) ! Comment 7 Jerry DeLisle 2008-11-15 19:13:52 UTC Subject: Re: "file already opened in another unit" error when opening /dev/null or /dev/tty twice > Which OP? That's not to say one shouldn't do it. NDLT=0 I1=NNT+1 DO 100 I=2,I1 100 NDLT=NDLT+KDLNC(I) !--------- IMPRESSIONS IF(M.GT.2) GO TO 120 WRITE(MP,2020) 2020 FORMAT(/5X,'NOEUD',5X,'D.L.',9X,'X',13X,'Y',13X,'Z'/) I1=1 I2=NDIM DO 110 IN=1,NNT WRITE(MP,2030) IN,KDLNC(IN+1),(VCORG(I),I=I1,I2) 2030 FORMAT(5X,I5,2X,I5,5X,3(E12.5,2X)) I1=I1+NDIM 110 I2=I2+NDIM 120 RETURN END weblink

The error message "End of record" comes from the above issue. gfortran follows the Standards. Top andrew_4619 Tue, 04/15/2014 - 05:35 https://software.intel.com/sites/products/documentation/hpc/composerxe/e... 46 severe (46): Inconsistent OPEN/CLOSE parameters FOR$IOS_INCOPECLO. Quote: > ... > > In CVF and IVF, you can use the same unit number and : > > SHARE = shr > ... > Yes, ooops...I'd forgotten it. >

opening file twice... www.quickthreadprogramming.com Top jimdempseyatthecove Wed, 03/04/2009 - 08:16 (Damb edit window wouldn't let me type past pasted text...) What you might want to consider to close the race condition window is a OK, then it's a bug in NONMEM VI.

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 04:23 Yes, Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library "Bebug Assertion Failed!" Top WHeat. Tue, 04/15/2014 - 07:23 I think that this type of error is related to windows 8. I.E. But a few have been burned in the past by trying to advance guess the standards committee so that game is not a strong as in the past.

As long as the source files have the .f or .for file type, it will build fine. I think this is a gfortran issue. Comment 3 kargl 2008-11-14 20:54:41 UTC (In reply to comment #2) > It's not a bug in my program. la subroutinre BLCOOR fait appel à deux SUB : ESPACE & EXCOOR !

TBL NOM DE LA TABLE (A4) ! Accessing the same file twice 5. comment:4 Changed 6 years ago by jr_reuter Milestone v2.0.0final deleted Milestone v2.0.0final deleted Note: See TracTickets for help on using tickets. From CVF OPEN OPEN Statement: Connects an external file to a unit, creates a new file and connects it to a unit, creates a preconnected file, or changes certain properties of

Top WHeat. Or a write or a close? multiple use of with-open-file, or with-open-stream Powered by phpBB Forum Software Skip to main content Developer Zone Join today Log in DevelopmentOSAndroid*Chrome*HTML5Windows*Device2-in-1 & Ultrabook‚ĄĘBusiness ClientEmbedded SystemsIoTServer, Workstation, HPCTechnologyBig DataDual open with replace could error with "file not found" an acceptible errorthen open with new could error with "existing file" (other program opened file)looping back open with replace could potentially succeed

You can use CreateFile with OPEN_ALWAYS to ensure that the file is opened as new whether it exists or not, and the return indicates whether a sharing violation was encountered, which have a peek at these guys Quote: > > Note to OP, though -- it _is_ an extension to Standard. > Hmmm, not sure to understand you right. > An "extension to Standard" means that GNU compiler Better to put everything into one file, e.g. If you really need parallel I/O, you should probably look into something like MPI-I/O (which as the name might imply, means you need MPI rather than or in addition to OpenMP),

I'm not aware of any compilers supporting the share= extension other than IVF/CVF and ancient versions of MS Fortran. While gfortran tries to provide backwards compatibility with g77, the author of g77 made several questionable choices with violating the Fortran 77 Standard. Mon, 04/14/2014 - 08:34 Hi Steve, I have the same problem when I am working on a machine that win 8.1 is installed. check over here Browse other questions tagged fortran fortran90 or ask your own question.

If it is standard then you can complain to the compiler vendor if it does not work. It may work poorly and you can not expect other users to be very helpful. but the problem now ( after conversion ti f90) that there are errors!

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so i can not bluid a project on f77 Thank you for your help. DANS LA MEME BOUCLE SUR LES ELEMENTS (POUR LA METHODE DE EULER) !======================================================================= IMPLICIT REAL*8(A-H,O-Z) COMMON/ELEM/NELT,NNEL,NTPE,NGRE,ME,NIDENT COMMON/ASSE/NSYM COMMON/RESO/NEQ COMMON/RGDT/IEL,ITPE,ITPE1,IGRE,IDLE,ICE,IPRNE,IPREE,INEL,IDEG,IPG & & ,ICOD COMMON/NLIN/EPSDL,XNORM,OMEGA,XPAS,DPAS,DPAS0,NPAS,IPAS,NITER, & & ITER,IMETH COMMON/AERO/VDLEI(3),HTE0,HTE1 COMMON/ES/M,MR,MP,M1,M2 DIMENSION VCORG(1),KDLNC(1),VDIMP(1),KNEQ(1),KLD(1),KLOCE(1), & line 8 in test.f90 print *, "c = ", c for which gfortran gives c = 1 At line 8 of file test.f90 Fortran runtime error: End of record This means Tue, 19 Apr 2011 04:30:08 GMT JB#12 / 43 opening file twice...

Or in the future, select Add > New Item. Steve - Intel Developer Support Top jimdempseyatthecove Mon, 04/14/2014 - 08:51 What you might want to do is, after the OPEN for the delete, prior to CLOSE with delete, is to Disclaimer: This website is not affiliated with Wikipedia and should not be confused with the website of Wikipedia, which can be found at Wikipedia.org. this content Steve - Intel Developer Support Top WHeat.

Top Steve Lionel (Intel) Wed, 04/16/2014 - 09:56 Right click on the project, select Add > Existing Item. I don't believe you > will be able to find a method portable across all compilers, even > those that support bind(c) syntax to interface with windows (since > windows isn't