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Help with Fortran and C++ please
I'm a beginner in programming, but I need to manage a program which is written in fortran and c++ (two different sections). I'm working (until now) with g95 for the fortran section and with Intel C++ for the C++ part. Unfortunately, at least now I need to work in windows.
Following the instructions of the manuals I tried to compile both parts of the program and I couldn't.
Compiling with g95, I started writing the command: g95 -c program.f, but it lead to lots of errors. I realised that that the program was using some instructions for c++, and I changed the command to:
g95 -cpp program.f
It returned the error:
>>In file program.f: 9383
>>Error: Invalid form or array reference at (1)
The program has already worked for other people, so I don't know where is the problem.
With the C++ part, I tried to compile it with Intel C++ compiler, using the command: icl program.cpp and I had this error:
>>icl: warning #10114: Microsoft Visual C++ not found in path
>>program.cpp(25): catastrophic error: could not open source file >>"iostream"
>>compilation aborted for program.cpp (code 4)
I guess I'll need to reinstall the Microsoft Visual C++, but I don't understand very well the problem with iostream.
Thank you in advance for any help you could give me
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