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i am new to the Intel Visual Fortran developer system, and have no local support help for

my problems, which I am trying to resolve one step at a time.  I have been able to compile

and link my legacy Fortran program, but now have a new problem.  when trying to run the

executable, a small widow appears with -

                    TODO:  Place dialog controls here.

I have no clue what this means.

            - RonA

 

 

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A "legacy Fortran program"

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A "legacy Fortran program" should not be trying to display a dialog. My guess is that you selected the "Windowing Application" project type when what you wanted was "Windows Console Application". Create a new project of that type (choose "empty project", add your source file to it, ad it should work better.

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Steve (aka "Doctor Fortran") - https://stevelionel.com/drfortran

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I suspect that the programmer

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I suspect that the programmer who wrote the code (which you have not shown us) was tired, and put in "TODO" as a placeholder to which (s)he could come back to when starting the next session. Look in the source code for that string, and replace it with whatever is appropriate.

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found the text.  it is in a

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found the text.  it is in a VS-created file ib507p2.rc which is supposed to be the

set of resources used by the program.  full text is included.

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A "legacy Fortran program"

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A "legacy Fortran program" should not be trying to display a dialog. My guess is that you selected the "Windowing Application" project type when what you wanted was "Windows Console Application". Create a new project of that type (choose "empty project", add your source file to it, ad it should work better.

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Steve (aka "Doctor Fortran") - https://stevelionel.com/drfortran

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Choosing a different Empty

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Choosing a different Empty Project type was the answer.

Thank you, Mr. Lionel

 

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