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foxbat1155
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newbie_fortran_ifort_forum?

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Hello, I would like to ask if is there a suitable place to ask questions about the "ifort" command, the intel fortran compiler?
Is there a proper forum to ask for help related to the ifort?
By the way, are the bounds checking options the same when compiling fortran or c and if that is the case, is it ok to ask in this forum?
Thankyou.
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mecej4
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Hello, I would like to ask if is there a suitable place to ask questions about the "ifort" command, the intel fortran compiler?
Is there a proper forum to ask for help related to the ifort?

There are two Intel Software Network Forums focused on Fortran:

Intel Fortran Compiler for Linux and Mac OS* X

Intel Visual Fortran Compiler for Windows

By the way, are the bounds checking options the same when compiling Fortran or C?

No; because of the nature of C, in particular the (sometimes promiscuous) use of pointers and aliased variables, it is much more difficult to do bounds checking in C.

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mecej4
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Hello, I would like to ask if is there a suitable place to ask questions about the "ifort" command, the intel fortran compiler?
Is there a proper forum to ask for help related to the ifort?

There are two Intel Software Network Forums focused on Fortran:

Intel Fortran Compiler for Linux and Mac OS* X

Intel Visual Fortran Compiler for Windows

By the way, are the bounds checking options the same when compiling Fortran or C?

No; because of the nature of C, in particular the (sometimes promiscuous) use of pointers and aliased variables, it is much more difficult to do bounds checking in C.

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foxbat1155
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Ok, thankyou very much. =)
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