I'm writing a hashing function using unsigned 32 bit integers, however I'm not sure if it can be written/printed? Haven't seen any documentation
What's the best method to write/print a c_int32_t integer in fortran ? In C printf would use PRIu32
I would say: copy the bits into a 64-bits integer and print that. I have not tested it but try:
i64 = transfer( [0, unsigned_int32], i64 )
(or the other way around?) Or use the bit manipulation routines.
In Intel Fortran, you could use ZEXT(val,C_INT64_T). That is an extension, though widely implemented. In standard Fortran Arjen's suggestion is clever and workable. Unfortunately the various bit intrinsics, such as IBITS, don't allow changing the kind of the result. You could do something like IAND(INT(val,C_INT64_T),Z'00000000FFFFFFFF'), but that looks awkward.
use ISO_C_BINDING integer(4) val val = -214748364 print ('(Z8.8)'), IAND(INT(val,C_INT64_T),Z'00000000FFFFFFFF') end
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