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Compile time bug

Sagan__David
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[Note: I am reposting this since the original post seems to have been overlooked.] Using ifort version: 18.0.0.20170811 Test program: module ifort18_bug implicit none TYPE A type(B),pointer :: w1=> null(),w2 => null() END TYPE A type B integer :: i end type end module Compiling gives: edison06:~/ifort18_bug cmayes $ifort -c bad3.f90 bad3.f90(5): error #6404: This name does not have a type, and must have an explicit type. [W1] type(B),pointer :: w1=> null(),w2 => null() ------------------------^ compilation aborted for bad3.f90 (code 1) Note: The bug happens when w1 and w2 are on the same line. When you put them on separate lines there is no error.
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Steve_Lionel
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Probably best to submit this through the online service portal.

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