Re: Program Translation - Nov. 14, 2013

Discussion in 'Perl Misc' started by Terence, Nov 16, 2013.

  1. Terence

    Terence Guest

    I downloaded the packed file mentioned, extracted the files and had a look
    at the Fortran sources given:
    ETGTAB.FOR and ETGTAB.F

    The ETGTAB.FOR file had double spacing, which Iremoved automatically, then
    compared the two sources automatically (passing and copying equals and
    offering choice between lexically different lines).

    The two files were now very nearly identical, but the .FOR file had some
    CALLs to GEOEXT(IUIT6,DEXTIM) which were commented out in the other; also
    calls to LAHEY timing functions not used in the .F version (and a minor
    change in two format statements which effectively just changed the shift in
    the output report).

    I don't see why not either source (given access to the external GEOEXT, etc,
    fuctions) shouldn't be left for compilation (and later running) by any F77
    or later compiler. The code is still valid.
    Terence, Nov 16, 2013
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