Types of QuickWin Programs
You can create a Fortran Standard Graphics application or a Fortran QuickWin application, depending on the project type you choose. Standard Graphics (QuickWin single document) applications support only one window and do not support programmable menus. Fortran QuickWin applications support multiple windows and user-defined menus. Any Fortran program, whether it contains graphics or not, can be compiled as a QuickWin application. You can use the Microsoft integrated development environment (IDE) to create, debug, and execute Fortran Standard Graphics programs and Fortran QuickWin programs.
To build a Fortran QuickWin application in the IDE, select QuickWin Application from the list of available project types displayed when you create a new project. You can choose to create an Empty QuickWin project (multiple-windows) or a Fortran Standard Graphics application.
To build a Fortran QuickWin application from the command line, use the /libs:qwin option. For example:
ifort /libs:qwin qw_app.f90
To build a Fortran Standard Graphics application from the command line, use the /libs:qwins option. For example:
ifort /libs:qwins stdg_app.f90