|Oct21-12, 07:50 AM||#1|
How can i divide elements of an array into a scalar. I mean, i have read my data file into a matrix in FORTRAN which this matrix is 1*3414. Then, I want that each elements of this matrix is divided to (24480*2).
I will be so grateful if you guide me the appropriate function.
Thanks a lot
|Oct21-12, 11:55 AM||#2|
Have you read anything about Fortran?
about arrays in Fortran?
As far as your division goes:
What have you tried?
Did it work?
What did you expect the result to be?
Show something effort, trials and errors, first, please.
|Oct21-12, 01:14 PM||#3|
My interpretation of what you said is that you have a matrix that is an array with 3414 elements. (A matrix with 1 row and 3414 columns.)
Somehow you want to do something to this array to produce a matrix with 24480 rows and 2 columns.
In addition to what gsal said, please clarify what you said above.
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