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Ralph_Nelson
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SLATEC or CLAMS

I have an old fortran code that I'm trying to revive that used CLAMS or could use SLATEC. Does MKL have these available? A quick look that could have missed info suggests the MKL libraries don't have those.

Thanks.
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mecej4
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SLATEC precedes MKL by a couple of decades and is broader in scope than MKL. However, the source of SLATEC is widely available, and it takes a few minutes to compile and build the corresponding library, which you can then use to build your application.

As is common with code of that vintage, you have to read the instructions and adapt one or more files that contain machine-constant definitions.
Ralph_Nelson
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Yes, I have the source for SLATEC and am in the process of getting it up and running, at least the routines I need. Just looking for a short cut.

Thanks.
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