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

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Date 7/23/2021
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Notational Conventions

This documentation uses the following conventions:

THIS TYPE

Indicates statements, data types, directives, and other language keywords. Examples of statement keywords are WRITE, INTEGER, DO, and OPEN.

this type

Indicates command-line or option arguments, new terms, or emphasized text. Most new terms are defined in the Glossary.

This type

Indicates a code example.

This type

Indicates what you type as input.

This type

Indicates menu names, menu items, button names, dialog window names, and other user-interface items.

File > Open

Menu names and menu items joined by a greater than (>) sign indicate a sequence of actions. For example, "Click File>Open" indicates that in the File menu, click Open to perform this action.

{value | value}

Indicates a choice of items or values. You can usually only choose one of the values in the braces.

[item]

Indicates items that are optional. Brackets are also used in code examples to show arrays.

item [, item ]...

Indicates that the item preceding the ellipsis (three dots) can be repeated. In some code examples, a horizontal ellipsis means that not all of the statements are shown.

Windows* OS

Windows operating system

These terms refer to all supported Windows* operating systems.

compiler option

This term refers to Windows* OS options that can be used on the compiler command line.

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