Using Intel® Visual Fortran to Create and Build Windows*-Based Applications

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Date 7/23/2021
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Fortran Standard Graphics Applications

A Fortran standard graphics application has a single maximized application window covering the entire screen area, whose appearance resembles a MS-DOS* screen without scrolls bars or menus. The Esc key can be used to exit a program that does otherwise terminate. When the Esc key is pressed, the frame window appears with a border, title bar, scroll bars, and a menu item in the upper-left corner that allows you to close the application.

Programmable menus and multiple child windows cannot be created in this mode.

The following figure shows a typical Fortran Standard Graphics application, which resembles an MS-DOS application running in a window.

MTRX.F90 Compiled as a Fortran Standard Graphics Application

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