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Creating separate routine files from one file

rocketdata
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Is there an easy way to create individual files from a file that contains multiple Functions and/or Subroutines. For example, if I have a file called Programx.for that contains 20 subroutines, is there a way to break that file up into 20 individual files, each with its own Subroutine_name.for ? I know I could do this manually, but I am hoping there is a more automated technique.
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Steven_L_Intel1
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If you have CVF, there are tools called FSPLIT and FSPLIT90 provided (just start a Fortran Command Prompt session and they'll be available for you) that will do this. FSPLIT90 is for free-form source.

Steve
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james1
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Use FSPLIT.

James
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