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FORTRA.HLP -- Help file for FORTRAN-20 Version 7 January 1983
1.0 COMPILATION COMMAND
FORTRAN command string to compile one or more source files:
Multiple source files in a compilation command act as if all
source files were appended together prior to the beginning of
SWITCH DEFAULT MEANING
---------- ------- -------
/ABORT OFF Exit compiler after this compilation if fatal
/BINARY or ON Produce an object file
/CROSS-REFERENCE OFF Generate a cross reference listing
/DEBUG or OFF Enable all debugging features
/DEBUG:ARGUMENTS OFF Perform link-time type-checking on subprogram
/DEBUG:BOUNDS OFF Generate array and substring bounds checking code
/DEBUG:DIMENSIONS OFF Generate array dimension info for FORDDT
/DEBUG:INDEX OFF Force do loop indices to be stored in memory
/DEBUG:LABELS OFF Label each source line for FORDDT
/DEBUG:TRACE OFF Generate FORDDT references for its trace feature
/DFLOATING ON Generate normal range for DOUBLE PRECISION
/ECHO-OPTION OFF Echo switches selected from SWITCH.INI
/ERRORS ON Display error messages on TTY
/EXPAND OFF Add object file output in octal to listing
/F66 OFF FORTRAN 66 rules for DO loops and EXTERNAL
/F77 ON FORTRAN 77 rules for DO loops and EXTERNAL
/GFLOATING OFF Generate extended range for DOUBLE PRECISION
/INCLUDE OFF Compile as if D in column 1 were space
/LISTING or OFF Produce a listing
/LNMAP OFF Add line number/octal location map to listing if
MACHINE-CODE switch not present
/MACHINE-CODE OFF Add machine language translation to listing
/NOOPTION OFF Do not read SWITCH.INI
/NOWARNINGS or OFF Suppress all warning messages
/NOWARNINGS:xxx OFF Suppress warning message %FTNxxx
/OPTIMIZE OFF Perform global optimization
/OPTION:option OFF Only read lines from SWITCH.INI that start with
/SYNTAX OFF Perform syntax compilation only
/WARNINGS ON Display all warning messages
The /CROSS-REFERENCE, /LNMAP, and /MACHINE-CODE switches imply /LISTING.
The /NOLISTING switch implies /NOCROSS-REFERENCE, /NOLNMAP, and
The default device is DSK: for all filespecs in a compilation command.
The name of the last source file is used as the default name of the
object and listing files. If the last source file does not have a name
(e.g. TTY:), FORTRAN-OUTPUT is used as the default filename.
The default extension is .REL for the object file. The default extension
is .LST for the listing file if /CROSS-REFERENCE was not specified and
.CRF if /CROSS-REFERENCE was specified.
2.0 /TAKE COMMAND
Command to process one or more FORTRAN commands from an indirect command
or to have commands from indirect command file echoed:
Indirect command files may nest up to ten levels deep.
DSK: is used as the default device of the indirect command file, and .CMD
is used as its the default extension.
3.0 /RUN COMMAND
Command to run another program in this fork:
or to run a program in this fork starting at a specified offset from its
SYS: is used as the default device in the filespec, and .EXE is used as
the default extension.
4.0 /HELP COMMAND
Command to list this file:
5.0 /EXIT COMMAND
Command to exit FORTRA:
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