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Ashley_Weinstein
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Intel C++ Compiler Prof. Ed. 11.1 - Fortran compiler included?

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I have been assigned a task to migrate an old Fortran application. I was given the installations for MS Visual Studio 2008 and Intel C++ Compiler Professional Edition, 11.1.

According to the person who purchased the compiler, the Intel C++ Professional Edition is supposed to have included the Visual Fortran Compiler for Windows. Yet, it does not seem to exist on this installation.

I think the wrong installation was purchased, but no one can find the invoice either (very disorganized here).
Do all of the C++ Professional Editions include Intel Visual Fortran Compiler?

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TimP
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No, in the most common mode, C++ and Fortran compilers are purchased separately. If you have your license code (it's embedded in the name of the license file), and, if previously registeted, the account name, you can go to https://registrationcenter.intel.com, find out which versions you have licensed, and which updates you can download. There is also a companion forum on licensing, where you could post your license number as a private post and get assistance.

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TimP
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No, in the most common mode, C++ and Fortran compilers are purchased separately. If you have your license code (it's embedded in the name of the license file), and, if previously registeted, the account name, you can go to https://registrationcenter.intel.com, find out which versions you have licensed, and which updates you can download. There is also a companion forum on licensing, where you could post your license number as a private post and get assistance.

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