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Leos_P_
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I have noticed that when I am using VS2015 in conjunction with Intel Fortran, when debugging, Immediate window cannot process intrinsic functions. It is aware of all variables but e.g. for SIN(1.0) it gives Undefined variable SIN. Is this by design and there is no way around that or is there something wrong with my configuration?

Thank you.

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Steve_Lionel
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That's would be a "feature request". It's not a claimed feature of the product today.

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Steve_Lionel
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That's would be a "feature request". It's not a claimed feature of the product today.

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Leos_P_
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Thank you for explanation.

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rase
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Hello Steve, I think we are all glad to have you and your valuable contributions back again in this forum. I missed your comments during the last month.

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Kevin_D_Intel
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@Leos - I will craft a small reproducer and submit a feature enhancement for this (and then update the internal tracking id below).

(Internal tracking id: TBD)

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HilarioCastro
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Hello forum fellows, 

Does anybody know if there is already a fix for this issue? I am currently running into the same issue when using Visual Studio 2019.

 

Cheers,

Hilario

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andrew_4619
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I don't think there is anything to fix. This is just not a feature of the debug integration.

 

HilarioCastro
Beginner
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Hi Andrew, 

Probably I didnt phrase it clearly. I was wondering if the feature had already been implemented.  But it is clear from your answer.

Thank you

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